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Syllabus

Infomation of Course

Program Bachelor [학사과정] Course Type Major Required [ 전공필수 ]
Course Code 36.204 Course No CS204
Section A English English
L:L:C(AU) 3:0:3.0(0) Exam time
(classroom)
- Wed: 13:00~15:45
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Course Title Discrete Mathematics [ 이산구조 ]
Class time
(classroom)
Mon: 14:30~15:45 / (N1)Kim Beang-Ho & Kim Sam-Youl ITC Building [ (N1)김병호·김삼열 IT융합빌딩 ] (201)
Wed: 14:30~15:45 / (N1)Kim Beang-Ho & Kim Sam-Youl ITC Building [ (N1)김병호·김삼열 IT융합빌딩 ] (201)
Notice - 수강인원제한 60명

Information of Professor

Name 박진아(Jinah, Park)
Department 전산학부(School of Computing)
Phone 042-350-3555
E-Mail jinahpark@kaist.ac.kr

Plan of Lecture

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Summary of Lecture This course is to help students become familiar with essential mathematical concepts that are frequently employed in computer science. Topics covered in the course range from basic languages of discrete mathematics, such as proofs and relations, to more advanced topics, such as graph theory and tree structure. If the time is allowed automata and language concepts will be briefly covered.
Material for Teaching * Main:
Discrete Mathematics (7th Edition) by Richard Johnsonbaugh (Pearson International Edition 2009)
* References:
Discrete Mathematics and its Applications by Kenneth H. Rosen (McGraw-Hill, 2013) Global Edition
Discrete Mathematics with Applications by Susanna S. Epp (4th Edition)
Evaluation Criteria Class Participation/Quiz and Attendance 10%
Homework Assignments 20%
Midterm Exam 30%
Final Exam 40%
Lecture Schedule <This is a tentative schedule>
Week Topic
1 Sets and Logic
2 Proofs
3 Functions
4 Relations
5 Algorithms
6 Counting methods
7 Midterm
8 Review
9 Recurrence Relations
10 Graph Theory 1
11 Graph Theory 2
12 Trees 1
13 Trees 2
14 Automata
15 Languages
16 Final Exam
Memo Prerequisites: Basic programming experiences (CS101)