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- Mar 10, 2012

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I want to read an advanced combinatorics book. I am well versed in combinatorial methods like counting proofs, Pigeon Hole Principle, criticality, induction, graphs etc. I have good knowledge of undergraduate algebra so I am fine if the book you recommend has some algebraic methods.. in fact I would prefer reading a book which discusses algebraic methods in combinatorics. I am comfortable with the following topics at present:

Linear Algebra

Abstract Algebra

Real Analysis

Elementary Number Theory

Graph Theory

Can someone recommend an appropriate book? Thank you in advance.