Combinatorics, Graphs and Boolean Logic
Additional Chapters of Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics, Graphs and Boolean Logic (ACDM:CGBL) class covers more complicated sections of discrete mathematics.
The combinatorics chapter is devoted to in-depth combinatorics, recursive sequences and the group action on the sets. The graph chapter covers theoretical foundations of algebric graph theory, algorithms on graphs and their applications. Boolean logic chapter covers modern methods for closed classes of Boolean logic, propositional calculus, predicate logic, and properties of classes to have a system of identities. Cryptography applications is not included for the purpose to not interfere with parallel courses.
As a result, the ACDM:CGBL greatly advances students’ knowledge in the fields of modern discrete mathematics theory and applications, preparing our students to professional work in research projects and IT-industry.