
# Applied Discrete Structures (Doerr and Levasseur)


Applied Discrete Structures is designed for use in a university course in discrete mathematics spanning up to two semesters. Its original design was for computer science majors to be introduced to the mathematical topics that are useful in computer science. It can also serve the same purpose for mathematics majors, providing a first exposure to many essential topics.

Thumbnail: A Venn diagram illustrating the intersection of two sets. (Public Domain; Cepheus via Wikipedia).

Applied Discrete Structures (Doerr and Levasseur) is shared under a CC BY-NC-SA license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Al Doerr & Ken Levasseur.