by Daan Krammer

Tuesday | 09-10 | MS-02, |

Tuesday | 11-12 | H-052, |

Wednesday | 10-11 | L3. |

Thursday | 12-01 | B3.01 |

Friday | 03-04 | B213/214 (science concourse) |

`daan@maths.warwick.ac.uk`

or drop by in my office MI-B1.17 .
Counting and Configurations, Herman, Kucera, Simsa, Springer 2003, 392 pages, $70. Theory and lots of exercises with solutions, mainly on counting of geometric situations.

102 Combinatorial Problems, Andreescu, Feng, Birkh�user, 2003, 115 pages, $25. Lots of exercises with solutions. Less of calculations, more of combinatorial reasoning.

Proof that really count, Benjamin and Quinn, Math. Ass. America, 2003, 194 pages, $42. Similar to our course but no generating functions.

Combinatorial enumeration, Goulden and Jackson, Dover, 2004. A classic recently reprinted for $35. Emphasis on generating functions. 350 exercises and full solutions. Goes further than us.

Enumerative Combinatorics, volumes 1, 2. Stanley, Cambridge, 1997 and 1999, 325+581 pages. Top class. Goes far beyond our scope.