Discrete Mathematics TR1333

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The objective of this course is to introduce the aspects of discrete mathematics for information science and technology students. The topics to be studied include propositional logic, quantifiers and the validity of a proposition. In addition there will be a brief notes on set theory followed by ordered pairs, Cartesian multiplication of sets, equivalent relations, functions, partially and totally ordered sets. The next topic to be discussed is about integer and its application. Finally there is an introduction to graph theory and tree.

 

Learning outcomes

1) Formulate a proposition in words to a symbolic expression and solve the truth value of compound propositions using truth table or laws of logic.

2) Solve problems in discrete structures (set, permutation and combination, and relations) and their relation between them.

3) Apply representation of integers and some algorithms for integer arithmetic.

4) Apply graph a...

Course synopsis

The objective of this course is to introduce the aspects of discrete mathematics for information science and technology students. The topics to be studied include propositional logic, quantifiers and the validity of a proposition. In addition there will be a brief notes on set theory followed by ordered pairs, Cartesian multiplication of sets, equivalent relations, functions, partially and totally ordered sets. The next topic to be discussed is about integer and its application. Finally there is an introduction to graph theory and tree.

 

Learning outcomes

1) Formulate a proposition in words to a symbolic expression and solve the truth value of compound propositions using truth table or laws of logic.

2) Solve problems in discrete structures (set, permutation and combination, and relations) and their relation between them.

3) Apply representation of integers and some algorithms for integer arithmetic.

4) Apply graph and tree techniques to model and solve problems in information technology.

5) Apply discrete structure techniques to solve problems in information technology.

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