Mathematics for Computer Scientists I Prof. Dr. Christian Bender and Dr. Tobias Mai

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27.11.2021

all lectures entirely online

In view of the worsen Corona situation, we have decided that from Wednesday, December 1, on and until further notice, all the lectures of the English course will be held exclusively online via MS-Teams. The link which is available on the CMS page under "Information... Read more

In view of the worsen Corona situation, we have decided that from Wednesday, December 1, on and until further notice, all the lectures of the English course will be held exclusively online via MS-Teams. The link which is available on the CMS page under "Information → Materials" remains valid.

 

Mathematics for Computer Scientists I

Lecturer: Dr. Tobias Mai

 

General information

  • The lecture begins on Wednesday, October 20, at 10:15 am.
  • Information on the current Corona situation at the university can be found here.
  • Depending on the official regulations, the lecture, the tutorials and/or the consultation hours will be hosted online via the platform Microsoft Teams. Important hints and explanations can be found here.

 

Content of the lecture

First part of a three semester course in mathematics for computer science students.

Emphasis is on some basic notions of mathematics and on the analysis of functions in one real variable.

 

Lecture times

Wednesday, 10:15-11:45

Friday, 10:15-11:45

 

References

The following books are available online (free of charge) as long as you are using an IP address of the university:

In order to get access from outside the university network, you must set up a VPN-connection to the university servers. A detailed description (unfortunately only in German) can be found here.

More literature for the MfCS-lecture can be found in the corresponding Course Reference Shelve that is kindly provided by the Campusbibliothek für Informatik und Mathematik.



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