Topics in Combinatorics
The current course handouts can be found here: handout.pdf (in farsi) which contains all neccessary information about the course (syllabus, office hours, grading system, references, etc).
Homeworks will be handed out and in through IUT web course.
This is a secondary course in combinatorics which aims to explore a number of significant topics in combinatorics and graph theory. It is suitable for graduate students after passing one of the courses combinatorics (19-14-564) or graph theory (19-14-563). The basic topics which are covered in this course are a discussion in enumerative combinatorics (counting the structures of a given kind and size) and extremal combinatorics (finding largest or smallest combinatorial objects). The mutual interactions of combinatorics and probability (including random graphs) as well as set systems (including hypergraphs) are also studied.
2- Cameron P.J., Combinatorics, Topics, Techniques, Algorithms, 1994.
85% Midterm and Final Exams
There is a number of optional self-reading subjects. For the list check this link.
Mondays and Wednesday 13:00-15:00