## 14:332:312 Discrete Mathematics, Rutgers University, Spring 2013## Exam 2 is on Thursday April 04.The exam will cover all the material explained after exam 1, not including the last chapter (Chapter 4), i.e., Lectures 7 to 14-Section 6.5. ## Lectures & HomeworkLecture 1 (01/22/13): Syllabus + Section 1.1 (no assignments) Lecture 2 (01/24/13): Section 1.3 (no assignments) Lecture 3 (01/29/13): Section 1.4 Homework 1, **due date**: 02/05/13Lecture 4 (01/31/13): Sections 1.5, 2.1 Lecture 5 (02/05/13): Sections 2.1, 2.2 Homework 2, **due date**: 02/12/13Lecture 6 (02/07/13): Sections 2.2, 2.3(pp 138-141) Lecture 7 (02/19/13): Sections 2.3, 2.4 Lecture 8 (02/21/13): Sections 5.1, 6.1 Homework 3, **due date**: 02/28/13Lecture 9 (02/26/13): Section 6.2 Lecture 10 (02/28/13): Section 6.3 Lecture 11 (03/05/13): Section 6.3 Lecture 12 (03/07/13): Section 6.4 Lecture 13 (03/12/13): Sections 6.4, 6.5 Homework 4, **due date**: 03/26/13Lecture 14 (03/14/13): Sections 6.5, 4.1 Lecture 15 (03/26/13): Sections 4.1, 4.3 Lecture 16 (04/09/13): Section 4.4 Homework 5, **due date**: 04/16/13Lecture 17 (04/16/13): Section 4.6 Homework 6, **due date**: 04/23/13Lecture 18 (04/18/13): Section 4.6 Lecture 19 (04/23/13): Section 7.1 Lecture 20 (04/25/13): Section 7.2 Homework 7, **due date**: 05/02/13
## Course Syllabus## Course DescriptionBasic mathematical modeling is at the heart of engineering. In both electrical and computer engineering, many systems must be modeled using discrete formulations. This course will give students the foundations in discrete mathematics needed to model modern computer systems. Students will be introduced to the mathematical tools of logic and set theory, combinatorics, number theory, and graph theory. ## InstructorSalim El Rouayheb ## Time and LocationClassroom EN-B120, Engineering Building, BUSCH campus ## Teaching AssistantsParul Pandey: parul@cac.rutgers.edu Office hours: Wednesdays, 1:30-5:30pm, CoRE 506Orsan Aytekin: orsan.aytekin@rutgers.edu Office hours: Thursdays, 8:40-12:40pm, CoRE 506
## TextbookDiscrete Mathematics and Its Applications (seventh edition), Kenneth H. Rosen, McGraw-Hill, 2007 |