Math 327, Professor Loring

This is a survey of mostly standard topics in discrete mathematics Many of its topics are chosen to meet specific needs of EECE students, but the intended audience is larger that the EECE students

Discrete mathematics is the opposite of continuous mathematics. Calculus is continuous mathematics. Discrete mathematics is mostly built on top of set theory and the integers. We will encounter sequences of real numbers, which are indexed by integers.

The book is the Third Edition of Goodaire and Parmenter. 0131679953

Roughly, we will cover these sections from the book: §2.1-5, §3.1-2, §4.1-5, §5.1-3, §6.1-3, §7.1-3, §7.5, §8.2, §9.1-3, §10.1-4, §11.1-3.

Assignments, upcoming lecture schedule, etc., will show up on the 327 class homepage.