Welcome to the website for CITS2211 in 2018. This unit introduces students to the mathematical foundations of computer science: basic logic, formal proofs, sets, relations, counting and countability, automata and formal languages.
|20 July||Welcome to the Discrete Structures unit in 2018. All classes for CITS2211 start in the week beginning Monday 30 July, semester 2, week 1. The first class is from 10am to 12 noon, Wednesday, in the Murdoch Lecture Theatre (room G58 in the Arts building).|
|15 August||Note that the first test is this Friday, 17 August, at 11am. See the assessments page for details.|
Unit coordinator: Arran Stewart
Consultation: Thurs 4-5 pm in CSSE room G.8
Teaching Assistants: Theo Vickery, Manou Rosenberg
Students must attend two classes each week. These workshop-lecture classes will include lecture segments, tutorial work and assessments. The classes will usually run for 90 minutes. In-class tests will be held at 11am on Fridays. See the Schedule page for details.
|Workshop Lecture||10am to 12||Wed||Murdoch lecture theatre (Arts G58)|
|Workshop Lecture||11am to 1pm||Friday||Clews Lecture Theatre (Physics 2.43)|
On completion of this unit, students will be able to:
The assessment for CITS2211 comprises fortnightly tests, and a final exam.
|Assessment||% of final mark||Assessment Dates|
|Fortnightly Tests||40%||about every two weeks|
|Examination||60%||November Examination Period|
In order to pass CITS2211 consistent practice and effort are needed throughout the semester. To pass CITS2211 a student is required to achieve ALL of the following:
If a student does not make satisfactory progress (as defined above) they may be excluded from the examination. Any excluded student will be notified in writing by Week 10 in accordance with Faculty regulations.