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Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science is designed to serve as a text for students pursuing CSE and MCA programmes offered by JNTU. The coverage of any course on mathematical foundations for computer science is usually quite large and students find it a challenge to fit in so much in a single semester. Getting the most out of such a course requires the student to ach Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science is designed to serve as a text for students pursuing CSE and MCA programmes offered by JNTU. The coverage of any course on mathematical foundations for computer science is usually quite large and students find it a challenge to fit in so much in a single semester. Getting the most out of such a course requires the student to achieve a fine balance of conceptual understanding and application-oriented learning. For this, they need a text that elucidates the key concepts in a concise but comprehensive manner and provides a good problem-solving methodology demonstrating alternative approaches. Features: 1. Completely conforms to the JNTU syllabus 2. Precise coverage of all topics 3. Aesthetical layout and rich pedagogy 4. Extensive in-text exercises for recap and practice About The Author: S. Santha , a PhD in Mathematics, is currently teaching at Sri Meenakshi Governement College for Women, Maudrai. Prior to this, she has served as Professor and Head of Department of Mathematics at Noorul Islam College of Engineering, Kumaracoil. She has a teaching experience of almost two decades. She has authored several textbooks and a number of papers in journals of national and international repute. E.V. Prasad , Professor of CSE, has 32 years of teaching experience. He obtained his PhD degree from IIT Roorkee, in the year 1990. At present, he is the Principal of University College of Engineering, JNTU, Kakinada. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 papers in journals and conference proceedings. Table Of Contents: 1. Mathematical Logic 2. Number Theory and Induction 3. Set Theory and Relations


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Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science is designed to serve as a text for students pursuing CSE and MCA programmes offered by JNTU. The coverage of any course on mathematical foundations for computer science is usually quite large and students find it a challenge to fit in so much in a single semester. Getting the most out of such a course requires the student to ach Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science is designed to serve as a text for students pursuing CSE and MCA programmes offered by JNTU. The coverage of any course on mathematical foundations for computer science is usually quite large and students find it a challenge to fit in so much in a single semester. Getting the most out of such a course requires the student to achieve a fine balance of conceptual understanding and application-oriented learning. For this, they need a text that elucidates the key concepts in a concise but comprehensive manner and provides a good problem-solving methodology demonstrating alternative approaches. Features: 1. Completely conforms to the JNTU syllabus 2. Precise coverage of all topics 3. Aesthetical layout and rich pedagogy 4. Extensive in-text exercises for recap and practice About The Author: S. Santha , a PhD in Mathematics, is currently teaching at Sri Meenakshi Governement College for Women, Maudrai. Prior to this, she has served as Professor and Head of Department of Mathematics at Noorul Islam College of Engineering, Kumaracoil. She has a teaching experience of almost two decades. She has authored several textbooks and a number of papers in journals of national and international repute. E.V. Prasad , Professor of CSE, has 32 years of teaching experience. He obtained his PhD degree from IIT Roorkee, in the year 1990. At present, he is the Principal of University College of Engineering, JNTU, Kakinada. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 papers in journals and conference proceedings. Table Of Contents: 1. Mathematical Logic 2. Number Theory and Induction 3. Set Theory and Relations

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