am 10. Juli 2010
As all books from the Schaum Series the content dominates the outer form here too -- and that is the most important thing. This book has an awkward style of fonts, but that doesn't matter -- I doubt there is another book on Combinatorics with such a wide range of tophics, on almost any level and the huge amount of problems (and their solutions!) almost any student of mathematics can gain profits from this book.
The theoretical sections of the chapters should be extended -- that is the only negative view on this book.