Lecture Notes for MATH 125 - Discrete Mathematics I with Ben Chouikha at George Mason (GMU)

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Material Type:Note
Professor:Ben Chouikha
Class:MATH 125 - Discrete Mathematics I
University:George Mason University
Term:Fall 2008
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Lecture Notes: Discrete Mathematics GMU Math 125-001 Spring 2007 Alexei V Samsonovich Any theoretical consideration, no matter how fundamental it is, inevitably relies on key primary notions that are accepted without definition. In our case, examples of notions that we shall accept without definitions are: an object, a value, a concept, a symbol, to name just a few. In fact, most English words used here are not defined yet expected to be understood. Given this agreement, our first step is to give useful definitions of the key terms, notations and concepts wisely selected among others. Below in this text, whenever a key term is introduced, it is typed in bold italic. Synonyms are listed in parentheses. An example follows immediately. Discrete mathematics (sometimes understood as finite mathematics) is the study of mathematical structures that do not support or require the notion of continuity. In particular, all computer implementations of continuous mathematical structures inv...

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