CS103: Mathematical Foundations of Computing
MWF 11:30PM - 1:00PM in NVIDIA Auditorium
As a reminder, our second Midterm is coming up in one week. Practice Exams and important information about the midterm are in the same Preparing for the Midterm page in the Exams tab above. Key topics include functions, graphs, and induction.
As a reminder, our first Midterm is this weekend! Practice Exams and important information about the midterm (such as topics coverage, rules, etc) is under the Exams tab above. Good luck everyone!
If you anticipate needing extra support to succeed this course, we encourage you to apply for CS103A, a 1-unit companion course with extra support and practice with problem-solving skills specific to CS103. For information on CS103A, contact the instructor Preston Carlson (email in the left sidebar).
Welcome to CS103, an introduction to discrete mathematics, computability theory, and complexity theory! I love how this class takes a deeply aesthetically pleasing kind of math (mathemtical logic) and blends it with some computer programming principles, persuasive rhetoric, and even some almost metaphysical reflections on the infinities. Can't wait to go on this journey with you this quarter!
–Your Instructors, Cynthia Lee and Alex Aiken
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