By Ian Anderson

The combinatorial examine of finite set structures is a full of life quarter of study unified by means of the slow discovery of structural insights and extensively acceptable evidence thoughts. This ebook is the 1st coherent and updated account of the fundamental equipment and result of this examine. a lot of the cloth within the booklet matters subsets of a suite, yet chapters additionally hide extra basic in part ordered units. for instance, the Clements-Lindstrom extension of the Kruskal-Katona theorem to multisets is mentioned, as is the Greene-Kleitman consequence pertaining to k-saturated chain walls of common partly ordered units. Connections with Dilworth's theorem, the wedding challenge, and chance are provided. every one bankruptcy ends with a suite of workouts for which define suggestions are supplied, and there's an intensive bibliography. The paintings is critical for postgraduate scholars and researchers in discrete arithmetic and comparable topics

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