CSC 265 - Discrete Structures
Discrete math is the branch of mathematics that provides the theoretical background behind the logic, organization, and language of computer science. The concepts from discrete structures affect programming techniques, software development, software test, cryptography, networks, computational efficiency, and compilers. Topics include: number representation, Boolean logic, sets, basic proof techniques, combinatorics, recursion, graph theory and circuits, tree structures, and finite state machines.
Prerequisites & Notes