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An introduction to mathematical topics relevant to computer science. Combinatorics, probability and graph theory will be covered in the context of computer science applications. The course will present a computer science approach to thinking and modeling. Students will be introduced to fundamental concepts such as NP-completeness and cryptography that arise from the world view of efficient computation.

Semester:
Fall16

Lectures:
Monday,Wednesday, 1:30-2:50

Location:
McCosh Hall 28

Bernard Chazelle

Office:
Computer Science 404

Extension:
5380

Email:
chazelle

The Undergraduate Coordinator is Colleen Kenny

Email:
ckenny

Office:
Computer Science 210

Extension:
1746