[ 521THEODISV13 ] VL Discrete Structures

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Workload Education level Study areas Responsible person Hours per week Coordinating university
3 ECTS B1 - Bachelor's programme 1. year Computer Science Stefan Rass 2 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
Detailed information
Original study plan Bachelor's programme Computer Science 2022W
Objectives Students posses knowledge about the foundations of discrete structures in mathematics and computer sciences. They are familiar with the presented concepts and mathematical models. They are able to apply them autonomously in examples and case studies.
Subject Foundations: basic principles of logic and set theory; relations and their properties, in particular orderings and equivalenzes, partitions; functions and properties like monotonicity, boundedness, being injective/surjective/bijective; operations on functions (composition, inverse); real functions, sequences.

Basics from "Numbers and Counting": natural numbers, integers, rational, and real numbers; (complete) induction; recursion (definition, solution strategies); combinatorics (permutations, binomial coefficients); applications.

Basic algebra: elementary number theory, arithmetic in Z and Zn (greatest common divisor, least common multiple), Euclidean algorithm; prime numbers, congruences and residue class systems, groups, rings and finite fields, application examples.

Graphs: directed and undirected graphs; paths, cycles, connectivity, connected components; isomorphic graphs; trees; applications.

Criteria for evaluation General: knowledge, understanding, and application of presented contents; knowledge, familiarity, and application of proposed concepts and methods. Specifically: Written exam.
Methods Slide presentation as well as discussion and examples on the blackboard.
Language German
Study material
  • Kenneth H. Rosen, Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications, McGraw Hill, 5.Auflage, 2003.
  • John A. Dossey, Albert D. Otto, Lawrence E. Spence, Charles Vanden Eyden, Discrete Mathematics, Pearson Education, 5. Auflage, 2006.
  • Christoph Meinel, Martin Mundhenk, Mathematische Grundlagen der Informatik, Vieweg Teubner, 4. Auflage, 2009.
Changing subject? No
Corresponding lecture (*)ist gemeinsam mit 521THEODISU13: UE Diskrete Strukturen (1,5 ECTS) und einer LVA aus dem Studienfach Vertiefung (1,5 ECTS) im Bachelor Informatik äquivalent zu
INBIPVOMATG: VO Mathematische Grundlagen (3 ECTS) +
INBIPUEMATG: UE Mathematische Grundlagen (3 ECTS)
On-site course
Maximum number of participants -
Assignment procedure Direct assignment