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CSCI 2610

Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science

This course presents a survey of the fundamental mathematical tools used in computer engineering: sets, relations, and functions; propositional and predicate logic; proof writing strategies such as direct, contradiction and induction; summations and recurrences; elementary asymptotics and timing analysis; counting and discrete probability; undirected and directed graphs with applications in computer science.

Credit Hours:
MATH 1113
Semester Offered:
Course Information File:
CIS_CSCI_2610_0.pdf (145.33 KB)

Instructors of this Course

Computer Science Ph.D. Student & Teaching Assistant

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