|Nov11-05, 07:25 PM||#1|
Textbooks in combinatorial theory
Are there such good books (easy to understand, good for beginners, good explanation) on introduction to combinatorial theory?
I found out that Martin Aigner's Combinatorial Theory is one good example but it seems that it is advanced.
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