Top Ten Discrete Mathematics Books
Discrete mathematics with applications, concerns objects with separate and distinct values denominated by integers. Discrete mathematics includes the math of computers such as algorithms and the theory of computation, probability and combination called “combinatorics”, number theory such as recurrence relations and congruence, and graph theory. Discrete mathematics books for engineering vary from the basic concepts to complex applications. There are discrete mathematics books for gate, discrete mathematics books on pdf, and discrete mathematics for download to use on Kindle.
Here are the top ten best-selling newly-released books on discrete mathematics for all levels, in reverse order, with the best shown last:
Best Seller Hilbert Huang Transform and Its Applications: 2nd Edition
Researchers and engineers who make use of Hilbert Huang Transform (HHT) in their analysis of data will find this book useful. HHT is demonstrated in many situations such as satellite orbital path or stressors which cause highway bridge collapse. HHT applies to non-stationary processes and data which is not linear and is useful for mechanical, electrical, and highway engineers as well as geologists and climatologists.
Best Seller Rigidity Theory and Applications (Fundamental Materials Research)
This discrete mathematics hardcover book, traces the study of rigidity from the era of Lagrang and Maxwell during the 17th and 18th century, and compares it to the advances made in the last three decades starting from Laman during the 1970’s, who worked in two dimensions, which led to the development of computer algorithms and to greater applications of the underlying theoretical explorations.
Best Seller Application and Theory of Petri Nets and Concurrency
The 2014 conference called Petri Nets was held in Tunisia during the month of June. This is the official record of the papers submitted at the conference on how concurrency relates to Petri nets. Out of four dozen submissions, nineteen papers were selected. Also included are the papers from three speakers invited to talk at the conference.
Best Seller Pascal’s Triangle: A Study in Combinations
This book requires only high school level mathematical understanding. It uses the example of Pascal’s triangle and the complex patterns derived from it, to explain the concept of combinatorial argument. By learning how to think in combinations, it introduces the student to the type of thinking needed for learning skills in higher mathematics.
Best Seller An Engineer’s Guide to Mathematica
This guide is useful for application of mathematics to solve engineering problems in the areas of signal processing and control, transfer of heat, vibrations, and fluid dynamics as well as showing how to create graphs and demonstrate engineering statistics using interactivity. This book helps one learn how to create verifiable and correct, numeric and symbolic solutions for advanced engineering problems.
Best Seller Discrete Mathematics
This is a comprehensive 224 page in-depth review of all topics concerning discrete mathematics. It is one of the best discrete mathematics books by an Indian author.
Best Seller Math Bytes: Google Bombs, Chocolate-Covered Pi, and Other Cool Bits in Computing
This book is a fun look at applying math to unusual questions and to understand how mathematics interacts with the tasks of normal life. It starts with simple premises and advances to more complex topics, each one demonstrated by an interesting example, such has how do Twitter posts influence the box office results for movies, or how to use math to find a celebrity which looks like you.
Best Seller Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory
This book shows the application of discrete mathematics to the area called graph theory. Suitable for beginners, it is comprehensive in its approach to provide the essentials necessary for the understanding of graph theory including combinatorics, Boolean algebra, finite fields, partially ordered sets, recurrences, lattices, planarity, and graphs based on algebra.
Best Seller Applicable Atmospheric Dynamics: Techniques for the Exploration of Atmospheric Dynamics
Physics students and those researchers in the fields of atmospheric dynamics, computer modeling, and complex systems analysis will appreciate the topics covered in this book. This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to apply techniques from the science of atmospherics to other complex systems. The mathematics involved have proven value in solving practical problems related to atmospheric dynamics, which are also of interest to other research fields.