Summary and Info
These lists are not only interesting but can be extremely useful. Nearly every computer scientist and mathematician has encountered some instance where they solved a problem simply by listing all the possibilities and checking for a desired property. One can find applications of the ideas in this book to circuit design, statistical computing, chemistry, and operations research, just to name a few.
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Frank Ruskey is a combinatorialist and computer scientist, and professor at the University of Victoria.
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