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  • In the future, we plan to add more exercises with solutions to this website, but that is work in progress. While some of the reading material may be difficult for a typical undergraduate to master on such a quick pass through, a substantial fraction of the coverage is elementary, and the lectures provide a firm basis for understanding the key concepts. Princeton students.

    At Princeton, we use these materials to teach the second half of our senior-level undergraduate course An Introduction to Analytic Combinatorics the second half of the course is on the Analysis of Algorithms booksite. Click on the COS tab on the sidebar for logistical details.

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