Faculties and centres
International scientific associations such as IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer) y ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) promoted by profesionals of Computer Science and Computer Engineering have selected the following mathematical topics: Logic, Discrete Maths, Graph Theory, Statistics, etc., as essential tools for any graduate in Computer Science, since they cover basic aspects of both hardware and software understanding and design.
In Maths I, included in the first course of Degree in Computer Engineering as a basic subject, we cover both Computational Logic and Linear Algebra (matrix theory).
Logic contributes to develop mathematical reasoning for solving problems in engineering.
Linear Algebra covers matrix theory, including solving linear systems through numerical methods addressed to find fast and convergent solutions.
General Competences (CG)