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IZMIR UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE


DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
COURSE Math 100 Discrete Mathematics
SEMESTER Spring 2005-2006
INSTRUCTOR Assis. Prof. Dr. Halil Oru
http://web.deu.edu.tr/halil.oruc/
E-MAIL halil.oruc@deu.edu.tr
CLASS SCHEDULE Wednesday 12:30-15:20 M505 Section 1-3.
OFFICE AND PHONE M431
OFFICE HOURS Wednesday 8:30-11:20
COURSE OBJECTIVES
This course is designed to study and investigate sets, relations, partially orde
red sets, logic,
algorithms, principles of counting, Boolean Algebra and Graph Theory.
By the end of this course students are expected to
Gain enough mathematical thinking maturity to understand logic, discrete and
algebraic structures
Appreciate how counting finite structures can be challenging
Be acquainted with the structure of graphs and apply the ideas to several subjec
ts.
TEXTBOOK
Discrete Mathematics and its Applications, 5th edition,
Kenneth H. Rosen, McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 0-07-289905-0 .
FURTHER REFERENCES:
Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics, An Applied Introduction, 5th edition,
R. P. Grimaldi, Addison-Wesley (1999), ISBN: 0-201-30424-4
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Scientists, 2nd edition
J.K. Truss, Addison Wesley, (1999). ISBN: 0-201-36061-6.
Introduction to Graph Theory, 4th edition,
R. J. Wilson, Addison-Wesley Longman Ltd (1996). ISBN 0-582-24993-7
Concrete Mathematics, A Foundation For Computer Science, 2nd edition
R. Graham, D. Knuth and O. Patashnik, Addison-Wesley (1995). ISBN 0-20-155802-5
Introductory Combinatorics 4th edition,
R. Brualdi, Prentic Hall New Jersey, (2004). ISBN: 0-13-100119-1
Discrete Mathematics,
N.L. Biggs, Clarendon Press (2002) ISBN 0198507178.
I recommend you have the textbook and choose one more book in the references.
COURSE GRADING
Course grades will be based on a weighted composite of performance evaluations i
n several
areas:
Midterm Exam 40%
Quizzes + HW + Class 10%
Final Exam 50%
PERCENT GRADE LETTER
90-100 4.0 AA
85-89 3.5 AB
80-84 3.0 BB
75-79 2.5 BC
70-74 2.0 CC
65-69 1.5 CD
60-64 1.0 DD
5rse and is
the responsibility of the student. Class begins promptly and you are expected to
be present at
the beginning and at the end of each class session.
HOMEWORK POLICY: Homework problems are the best preparation for exams. You
should try to work the homework problems without constant reference to the text

or passively
receiving help from others. I encourage to discuss problems with others, but you
should try to
do the actual problems yourself. If you have gotten the idea about how to solve
a problem
from another person or by looking things up in the text, try to do a related pro
blem without
outside aid.
The content of this syllabus can be changed by the instructor at any time by inf
orming
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the related department s head
The student is supposed to be aware of the facts and notices written in this syl
labus.
The content of this syllabus can be changed by the instructor at any time by inf
orming
the related department s head
The student is supposed to be aware of the facts and notices written in this syl
labus. promptly and you are expected to be present at
the beginning and at the end of each class session.
HOMEWORK POLICY: Homework problems are the best preparation for exams. You
should try to work the homework problems without constant reference to the text
or passively
receiving help from others. I encourage to discuss problems with others, but you
should try to
do the actual problems yourself. If you have gotten the idea about how to solve
a problem
from another person or by looking things up in the text, try to do a related pro
blem without
outside aid.
The content of this syllabus can be changed by the instructor at any time by inf
orming
the related department s head
The student is supposed to be aware of the facts and notices written in this syl
labus.
The content of this syllabus can be changed by the instructor at any time by inf
orming
the related department s head
The student is supposed to be aware of the facts and notices written in this syl
labus.