CS22: Discrete Math
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|An introduction to discrete math with a focus on proof, logic, proof by induction, cryptography and networks of processors: lessons, homework, solutions, and information. "Discrete mathematics" refers to the distinction between discrete sets (for example, the set of integers) and continuous sets (for example, the set of real numbers). Much of what is studied is not learned in a calculus class, but is more useful for most of computer science than is calculus.|
|Math Topics:||Discrete Math, Logic/Foundations, Cryptography|
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