# CS 2305.001/002 - Discrete Structures I ECSS 2.312 .......... Spring 2005 ..........

MWF 11-11:50 am / 1-1:50 pm
Instructor: Wei Wei, Ph.D. Office: ECSS 3.605 Phone: (972) 883-6617 E-mail: wei.wei1@utdallas.edu Office Hours: MW, 2:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Chalam Chitturi (001), Jing Chen & Lie Qian (002) Office: Chitturi: ECS2.104A & 3.603, Chen: ECS4.705, Qian: ECS3.402 E-mail: Please use webCT email to communicate with your TA. Office Hours: Chitturi: Thur: 10AM- 11AM in 2.104A, 11AM-12PM in 3.603, Chen: TR 3-5pm, Qian: W 2-6pm
TEXT Discrete Mathematics and its Applications by Rosen, 5th Edition.

MATERIAL COVERED The course will cover selected topics in chapters 1 through 5. The topics to be covered from each chapter are: 1. Logic, Sets and Functions: connectives, truth tables, laws of logic, quantifiers, predicates, function. 2. Algorithms, Integers and Matrices: algorithms, complexity of algorithms, integers, number theory. 3. Mathematical Reasoning and Recursion: proofs, math induction, recursive algorithms. 4. Counting: permutations, combinations, combinations with repetition, the binomial theorem. 5. Discrete Probability: probability theory, expected value and variance. COURSE ABET OBJECTIVES: The ABET objectives for this course are:

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use and apply propositional logic understand and apply the concepts of sets and functions specify precise meaning of mathematical statements, using predicate logic recognize and construct valid proofs including proof by math induction understand and use basic encryption techniques understand and use hashing understand what an algorithm is and to determine an algorithm's complexity use recursion to solve problems enumerate using permutations, combinations and other techniques use number theory to solve computer science problems

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Monday, Feb 14- Test 1 Monday, March 21 - Test 2 Monday, April 25 - Test 3 & Last day of class

GRADING: The three exams and homework assignments will determine grades. The final grade will be composed as follows: • • • • Exam 1 30% Exam 2 30% Exam 3 30% Homework assignments 10%

Letter grades will be assigned as given below. I reserve the right to make the grading scale easier than given here. 96-100 91-95 88-90 85-87 80-84 75-79 70-74 65-69 60-64 56-59 53-55 50-52 Below 50
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Assignments are due in class every Monday, or Wednesday if Monday is Holiday/no class day. No late submissions will be accepted. Do, and submit, your own work. Copied assignments will result in 0 marks for all concerned. Regular class attendance and participation is expected and is the responsibility of each individual. There is a strong correlation between regular class attendance and good performance. Should you elect not to attend a class, you are responsible for any missed handouts, announcements, reading material and lecture content. Class notes will be posted whenever possible to the webCT for the course. Check often for updates, class information, schedule (changes too!), solutions etc. I will not give incomplete grade. I expect you to come to class and I expect you to be prepared. I will call on people actively unless I have volunteers. Although I never expect you to have the perfect answer, I expect you try your best because by trying you develop important thinking skills. Keep in mind that I want the best for you and want you to succeed. I will not be taking daily attendance, but does not mean that I am not keeping track. In certain exceptional cases, I will take exceptional attendance and participation into account to raise a final grade. I leave the adjustment to my discretion. In order to meet you end of the deal, keep up with reading, class discussion and homework assignments. If you feel you are falling behind, do not hesitate to contact me.

ACADEMIC HONESTY The University of Texas System Policy on Academic Honesty appears in the Regents Rules and Regulations, Part One, Chapter VI, Section 3, Paragraph 3.22. Any student who commits an act of scholastic dishonesty is subject to discipline. Scholastic dishonesty includes but is not limited to cheating, plagiarism, collusion, the submission for credit of any work or materials that are attributable in whole or in part to another person, taking an examination for another, any act designed to give unfair advantage to a student or the attempt to commit such acts. The minimum penalty for academic dishonesty is a failing grade (zero) for the project or examination. Do your own work on all projects and exams.

ASSIGNMENTS from Rosen 5th Edition Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment Assignment 1.1: 1.2: 1.3: 1.4: 1.5: 1.6: 1.7: 1.8: 2.2: 2.3: 2.4: 2.5: 2.6: 3.1: 3.2: 3.3: 3.4: 3.5: 4.1: 4.3: 4.4: 4.5: 5.1: 1a,c,f,g, 3, 5d,h, 7c,e,g, 9a,d,f, 17b,e,g, 21, (Due: 1/19), 29b, 33 3, 7d, f, 13, 15, 42, 43 (1/24) 5, 7a, d, 9b,c, 11c-f, 13b,d,g, 15b,c, 21a,c,e, 23b,d,f, 31b,d, 33 1, 3b,d,f, 9a,c,e,g,i, 11b,d,f,h (1/31) 1, 5, 9a,c,11b,c, 13a,d, 15, 17, 21, 33 1a,b, 3b,c, 5b,f, 9d,e,f, 17a,c (2/7) 3, 19, 21a,c,e, 31 1a,b, 3b, 5c, 9a,d,g, 12a,d, 13, 19a,d (2/14) 1a-e, 2a-e, 7a,b, 15, 19a,b 3, 7b, 8b 8, 9a,c, 11a,b, 13, 17, 19a,b, 37a,c, 39a,b, 48a, 49a, 50, 51, 53, 54 1, 3, 5, 9, 19, 21a-c 25, 26, 27a,b, 28a, 29a, 46, 47 1, 3, 17 31, 32, 39, 41 3, 5, 7, 9, 13, 15 1, 3, 9 1, 3, 5, 6 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31 1, 3, 5a,d, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21a, 23, 27 1b, 3, 7, 9 3, 7, 9a,d, 13, 15, 17 1, 3, 5, 7, 9