Note on the Fifth Chapter of Effective C++
Writing efficient and correct C++ code is a difficult thing that can even challenge many experienced coders. As a student deeply interested in C++, I felt the need to start advancing my skills (people are just so damn good). So, I decided to open up this series.
Chapter 3: Pigeonhole Principle This is a reading note of Introductory Combinatorics by Richard A. Brualdi. The following aspects are ones that are most important within this chapter: Simple Version of Pigeonhole Principle Application of Simple Pigeonhole Principle Enhanced Version of Pigeonhole Principle Applications of Enhanced Pigeonhole Principle Ramsey Theorem Simple Version of Pigeonhole Principle […]
[latexpage] Chapter 2: Permutation and Combination This is a reading note of Introductory Combinatorics by Richard A. Brualdi. There are several important aspects within this chapter that I will include in this. Four Basic Counting Principle Permutation & Combination within Single Set Permutation & Combination within Multiple Sets Finite Possibility Introduction to Set We define […]