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IndexAnnouncementsFeedbackCourse descriptionTeachers Instructor Teaching Assistant Class Logistic Textbook Problem Sessions Homework Exams Grading Add/Drop Policy Lectures and Homework AssignmentsRelated linksList of GradesAnnouncementsReminder: Final Exam, Friday, March 21, 2003, 9:00-11:00amin ANN G29. It will cover the whole syllabus. It will be anopen notes exam (like the midterm).FeedbackClick the following link and tell me your thoughts:FeedbackCourse Description725-310-0 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Basic concepts of finite and structural mathematics. Sets, axiomaticsystems, the propositional and predicate calculi, and graphtheory. Application to computer science: sequential machines, formalgrammars, and software design. Prerequisites: 725-110 or 725-111 and435-214-3. Prerequisite for: 725-322, 725-332, 725-339, 725-343,725-351.TeachersInstructorTeaching AssistantNameMiguel A. LermaPin RenOfficeLunt 203Computer Science Dept. Room 2301890 Maple Ave.Phone1-80201-3296E-mailmlerma at math dot northwestern dot edup-ren@cs.northwestern.eduOffice Hoursby appointmentM 3:00-5:00PM or by appointmentTeaching inANN G29ANN G29CodeN.A.321Class LogisticsTextbooksRichard Johnsonbaugh: Discrete Mathematics,Fifth Edition, 2001, Prentice Hall.Miguel A. Lerma: Notes on Discrete Mathematics. (See bellow.)Problem SessionsThe problem sessions will be held on Tuesdays under the TA'ssupervision.HomeworkThe homework assignments will be posted on this web page. ExamsThere will be one one-hour Midterm Exam and one two-hour Final Exam.Midterm: Tuesday, February 11, 2003, 10:00-10:50am inANN G29. Final: Friday, March 21, 2003, 9:00-11:00am inANN G29. No make-up exams will be given. In the event of an extreme and welldocumented absence (such as hospitalization) the final may be weightedto count for the missing exam. In the case of a missed exam, contactthe instructor as soon as possible.GradingThe course will be graded as follows: Homework Assignments: 30%Midterm: 30% Final: 40%The lowest homework score will be dropped in calculating the homeworkgrade.Add/Drop PolicyIf you want to change sections, or add/drop the course, please do soat the CS Department Office.Lectures and Homework AssignmentsNote: I am going to be releasing notes ("Notes on DiscreteMathematics", in PDF format) that you can download by clicking in thelinks of the "subject" column of the syllabus bellow. The introduccionis in here:IntroductionDepending on various circumstances, the schedule shown bellow mayexperiment small modifications.The "sections" listed on the 4th column are from Johnsonbaugh's book.The "Suggested Exercises" column contains some exercises from the bookthat you may find useful to try. They are not homework nor need to beturned in.The complete set of notes is here. However I do not recommend to download the whole set until the end ofthe quarter, since I may still make some changes to the notes.Related linksNU CS Course DescriptionsComputer Science Department Home PagePrevious ExamsCS 310 Winter 2001CS 310 Winter 2000CS 310 Spring 2000Richard Johnsonbaugh's Discrete Mathematics web siteEmail: mlerma at math dot northwestern dot eduWWW Address: " mlerma/courses/cs310-03w/" 1e1e36bf2d






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