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Reference Materials - Discrete Mathematics

This list contains some of the best discrete math reference materials. For a more exhaustive list, or to find materials that fit your specific needs, search or browse Discrete Math or Reference Sources in the Forum's Internet Mathematics Library.
Mathematical Constants - Steven Finch, Clay Mathematics Institute Book Fellow
"All numbers are not created equal; that certain constants appear at all and then echo throughout mathematics, in seemingly independent ways, is a ... more>>
Mathematical Optimization - Technical University of Brauschweig
Departmental information; current research topics; recent publications (PostScript form); projects; course pages and notes (in German only); ... more>>
Math Pages - Kevin Brown
A collection of over 600 brief articles covering a huge variety of mathematical topics. Contents include: Number Theory; Combinatorics; Geometry; ... more>>
On-line Dictionary of Combinatorics - Joe Fields
An on-line dictionary of combinatorics by a doctoral student at the University of Chicago. The dictionary is navigable by letters of the alphabet, and ... more>>

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