Mathematics for Computer Science OpenCourseWare: A Free Undergraduate Mathematics Course for Computer Science Students by MIT

Published Jan 24, 2009

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'Mathematics for Computer Science' is offered free online by MIT. This OpenCourseWare class is concerned with discrete mathematics and its applications to the field of computer science. This undergraduate course is intended for students working towards a bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related field.

Mathematics for Computer Science: Course Specifics

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Mathematics for Computer Science: Course Description

This course provides an in-depth study of finite mathematics, also known as discrete mathematics. Finite mathematics is applied to computer science and engineering in this course, as it can be used to assist with overcoming challenges in programming and algorithm development. Lecture topics include sets and functions, number theory, graph theory, asymptotics and probability. 'Mathematics for Computer Science' is taught by professors Albert Meyer and Ronitt Rubinfeld.

Course materials available to those taking the online version of this course include full readings, lecture slides, exams and problems with solutions. For more information, visit the mathematics for computer science course site.

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