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By J. H. van Lint, R. M. Wilson

This significant textbook, a made from a long time' instructing, will attract all academics of combinatorics who relish the breadth and intensity of the topic. The authors make the most the truth that combinatorics calls for relatively little technical history to supply not just a customary advent but in addition a view of a few modern difficulties. all the 36 chapters are in bite-size parts; they disguise a given subject in average intensity and are supplemented by way of routines, a few with suggestions, and references. to prevent an advert hoc visual appeal, the authors have focused on the relevant topics of designs, graphs and codes.

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1 Operations on labeled structures and their exponential generating functions Again, there are some simple operations on labeled combinatorial structures, which correspond to simple algebraic operations on the exponential generating functions. Starting with a few simple structures, these operations are sufficient to generate many interesting combinatorial structures. This will allow us to compute the exponential generating functions for those structures. 3 Let A and B be labeled combinatorial structures.

1 − (vx + x2 ) Sometimes the enumeration of irreducible structures is not immediate, but still tractable. Algebraic and Geometric Methods in Enumerative Combinatorics 25 19. (Monomer-dimer tilings of rectangles) Let T (2, n) be the number of tilings of a 2 × n rectangle with dominoes and unit squares. Say a tiling is irreducible if it does not contain an internal vertical line from top to bottom. Then Tilings ∼ = Seq(IrredTilings). 6. 6 The irreducible tilings of 2 × n rectangles into dominoes and unit squares.

2. (C = A• : Rooting) If a C -structure on S is a rooted A -structure, obtained by choosing an A -structure on S and an element of S called the root, then C(x) = xA(x). 3. (Sieving by parity of size) If the C -structures are precisely the A -structures of even size, A(x) + A(−x) . C(x) = 2 4. (Sieving by parity of components) Suppose A -structures decompose uniquely into components, so A = Set(B) for some B. If the C -structures are the A structures having only components of even size, C(x) = A(x)A(−x).

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