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Spring 2016
Oct 06, 2022
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CSCI 1301 - Discrete Math for Comp. Sci.
An introduction to the theory and applications of discrete mathematics including set theory, functions, zero- and first-order logic, induction, proofs (including direct, by cases, contraposition, contradiction, counterexample), logical inferences, truth tables, sequences, summations, formal counting techniques, number theory, growth of functions and their asymptotic bounds, logarithms, and simple recurrence relations. Sample computer-programming topics include design; pseudocode; sorting, searching and other common algorithms; recursion; tracing; debugging; testing; trees; strings; encryption; and bitwise operations. This course provides foundation material for other courses that require mathematical problem-solving skills.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate 3 Credit Course Path, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Directed Study 3 credits, Online Undergraduate, Lecture Undergraduate

College of Natural/Comp Sci College
Natural and Computational Sci Division
Computer Science Department

Course Attributes:
Lower-Level Satellite, Undergraduate


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