CS 208 Discrete Mathematics
S2W 2013 TI
Stokely, Scott W.
Masters of Science in ManagementBachelors of Science in Network Engineering
4:30 - 10:20 PM
(1) Discrete Mathematics, 5th Edition (November 18, 2005) by John A.
Dossey, Albert D. Otto, Lawrence E. Spence, and Charles Vanden Eynden. ISBN
0321305159. Addison Wesley.
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For this course, the assessment is based on a final exam. There will be 4 questions in each of the 8 categories, i.e. Synthesis, Analysis,… etc. Thus, there will be 32 questions total in the final exam. Furthermore, all 4 questions for each category should cover all 4 learning outcomes.
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exactly throughout the course. The grading scale is as follows: A = 90%-100%; B
= 80%-90%; C = 70%-80%; D = 60%-70%; F = 0-60%. You will know in advance the
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4 @ 50
Mid Term Exam
1 @ 300
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There will be absolutely no late work
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1: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics as well as the concepts of combinatorial
problems and techniques with Logic and Proof.
2: Mathematical Functions, Sets, Relations and Matrix.
3: Coding Theory and Graphs
4: Trees and Matching
5: Midterm Exam and Network Flows and Counting Techniques
6: Recurrence Relations and Generating Functions
7: Combinatorial Circuits and Finite state machines
8: Final Exam
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