Discrete Structures in Computer Applications

CIT243

Introduction to discrete mathematical topics used in computer applications. Topics include, but are not limited to, discrete mathematics, predicate and propositional logic, complexity, computability, sets, graphs, recursion, and digital structures. Study demonstrates how traditional mathematical concepts are imported and used in digital computers. Course work includes application of theories through guided computer exercises and programs. Spring Only.

3 Credits: 3 Lecture

Prerequisites:
CIT160 and MTH182; or
CIT160 and MTH190; or
CIT160 and MTH240