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Discrete Mathematics is a basic course that provides students with the basic knowledge, both theoretical and empirical, necessary to understand, analyse and solve discrete mathematical problems arising throughout their university education and in their professional future.
Many topics can be included within the field of Discrete Mathematics. For example, topics related to set theory, basic logic, proof techniques, the basics of counting, integer modular arithmetic, graphs, trees or discrete probability. Some of these topics can also be classified within other disciplines or subjects. For example, concepts related to set theory can be part of Algebra, basic logic and proof techniques belong to Logic when it is considered as a discipline, and discrete probability may be considered a discipline by itself. This has led us to include concepts related to Graphs and Integer Modular Arithmetic in this subject.
General Competences (CG)