ICS 6D - Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science - Summer, 2015 (Dillencourt)

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Course description from the UCI Catalog:

Covers essential tools from discrete mathematics used in computer science with an emphasis on the process of abstracting computational problems and analyzing them mathematically. Topics include: mathematical induction, combinatorics, and recurrence relations.

Although ICS 6B is not listed as a prerequisite, this background will be assumed and we will only give a cursory review of the ICS 6B material.


Last modified: August 26, 2015