22C:019 Discrete Structures


Prof Suely Oliveira   (MLH 101H)
Room MLH 101H, ph: 335-0731, email: oliveira@cs.uiowa.edu
Time & Locations: 11:30A - 12:20P;  M,  W and F ( 427 EPB)
Office hours: W 1:30A - 3:00pm  and TH 9:30 - 11:00am  (MLH 101H)
Computer Science DEO: Prof. Alberto Segre.


This course is about Discrete Mathematics  used in computer science, such as Number Theory, Logic and Proof, Induction, Recursion , Recurrences, Probability and Graphs.

Textbook and suggested references

I use  ICON for  all grades, course information, and homeworks submission


Assessment for this course will be based on


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