Students should get familiar with discrete objects and structures. They should also develop their ability to think mathematically.
|Room class meets||SB-106|
|Time class meets||MW 6:20 pm - 9:10 pm|
|Office hours||By appointment|
Late homeworks won't be accepted. Everything you have to turn in is due at the beginning of the class the day the work is due.
All the work you submit must be individual. When teamwork is submitted the mark earned is divided by the number of participants.
For late programming assignments there is a 10% per business day penalty.
Exams are closed-book(s) closed-notes.
Grading is based on the following scale:
Class attendance and participation will help settle the borderline grades.
Regular class attendance is important and students are expected to actively participate in class: questions and comments are always welcome.
|Midterm||June 23, 6:20 pm - 7:20 pm|
|Last day for official withdrawal||July 11|
|Programming assignment||July 14, 6:20 pm|
|Final||July 21, 6:20 pm - 8:30 pm|
The instructor for this class reserves the right to change this schedule.
|Sets, graphs, trees and other structures||6|
|Properties of functions||2|
|Counting infinite sets||1|
|Regular languages and FA||6|
|First-order predicate calculus||2|
Unless otherwise stated all papers you turn in will be TYPED. No handwritten work is accepted. Each page will have a header as follows:
Each page will also have a footer:
The header and the footer will be Arial or Helvetica, 10 points, regular. The text for the paper itself will be typed using Times Roman (12 points regular, except for titles which may be larger and bold).
Click here to see a template.
|Last update: June 8, 1997||cs330 home page.||Virgil Bistriceanu's home page.||The Computer Science and Applied Mathematics home page|