CSE191: Discrete Structures

Spring 2018

Version: 5/1/2018 11:48a

Prof. Russ Miller

338 Davis Hall
645-4737 (rarely, if ever, answered)
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In this course, we present fundamental material that will be used as the foundation for more advanced courses in computer science and engineering. Topics are expected to include, but are not limited to, recursion, iteration, recurrence relations, asymptotic notation, evaluating resources for algorithms, graphs, logic, sets, and some basic counting theory. CSE 191 is required for computer science and computer engineering majors.

  • Text Books
  • Important Information
  • Grading & Critical Dates:
  • Reading Timeline (will be adjusted throughout the semester)
  • Class: TTh, 9:30-10:50a, Cooke 121

  • Recitations:
  • Personnel
  • Challenger Disaster
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  • Learning Outcome (Middle States Accreditation): Ability to understand fundamental principles in the field of Discrete Mathematics.
  • I reserve the right to change this syllabus at any time.

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