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− | | name = | + | | name = Mathematics (1) - Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning |
− | | code = 1-AIN- | + | | code = 1-AIN-121 |
| prerequisites = none | | prerequisites = none | ||
| semester = Winter | | semester = Winter | ||
| year = 1 | | year = 1 | ||
− | | credits = | + | | credits = 8 |
− | | form = L - lecture (2), P - practicals (2) | + | | form = L - lecture (2), P - practicals (2), K - short lecture (2) |
| evaluation = 50/50 | | evaluation = 50/50 | ||
− | | webpage = http://www.dai.fmph.uniba.sk/courses/ | + | | webpage = http://www.dai.fmph.uniba.sk/courses/mat/ |
| teacher = [[Tatiana Jajcayova|RNDr. Tatiana Jajcayová, PhD.]], [[Jan Komara|Ing. Ján Komara, PhD.]] | | teacher = [[Tatiana Jajcayova|RNDr. Tatiana Jajcayová, PhD.]], [[Jan Komara|Ing. Ján Komara, PhD.]] | ||
| description = This lecture provides students with the mathematical foundations of computer science. Students will acquire the “mathematical culture” - basic mathematical language and way of thinking, as well as elementary proof methods. | | description = This lecture provides students with the mathematical foundations of computer science. Students will acquire the “mathematical culture” - basic mathematical language and way of thinking, as well as elementary proof methods. |
Revision as of 22:49, 21 September 2015
Mathematics (1) - Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning 1-AIN-121
Course name and code: | Mathematics (1) - Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (1-AIN-121) |
Prerequisite courses: | none |
Available in/recommended study year: | Winter semester / 1 |
Form and # of hours/week: | L - lecture (2), P - practicals (2), K - short lecture (2) |
Credits: | 8 |
Evaluation (semester/exam): | 50/50 |
Course webpage: | http://www.dai.fmph.uniba.sk/courses/mat/ |
Information sheet: | 1-AIN-121 information sheet |
Teacher(s): | RNDr. Tatiana Jajcayová, PhD., Ing. Ján Komara, PhD. |
Short description:
This lecture provides students with the mathematical foundations of computer science. Students will acquire the “mathematical culture” - basic mathematical language and way of thinking, as well as elementary proof methods.
Offered in these study programs: Obligatory in Bachelor program in Applied Informatics
Recommendations: This is one of the difficult courses, where some percentage of the students usually fails, therefore: pay enough attention to preparation!