Lecturer(s)


Kobera Marek, Mgr. Bc. Ph.D.

Course content

1. The statements and logic 2. Mathematical logic, compound statements and their negations 3. Binary numbers (counting, transfers to the decimal, basic operations, decimals in binary) 4. Linear, quadratic equations and inequalities 5. Vectors, vectors operations 6. Basics of Analytical Geometry (geom. objects, their coordinates and equation) 7. Matrices, matrix operations 8. The determinant of the matrix 9. Systems of linear equations 10. Real functions, overview of functions of one variable (above graphs) 11. Limit and continuity of functions 12. Derivation of a function and its use 13. Basics of Statistics (up to a normal distribution) 14. Application and use of mathematical software

Learning activities and teaching methods

Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing)

Learning outcomes

The university mathematical foundations supplemented by special topics applicable to the computer science.
Students will learn the basic skills of propositional logic and learn about the binary digits. They will learn the fundamentals of linear algebra and will be able to solve the basic problems of the use of matrices and determinants. In mathematical analysis they will learn the basics of calculus and will be able to solve basic problems of limits and derivations.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of high school mathematics.

Assessment methods and criteria

Student performance assessment, Combined exam, Test
Participation in seminars, passing three tests.

Recommended literature


COUFAL, J., KLŮFA, J.:. Matematika pro ekonomické fakulty 1. Praha : Ekopress, 2005.

KAŇKA, M., HENZLER, J.:. Matematika pro ekonomické fakulty 2. Praha : Ekopres, 2005.

TLUSTÝ, P.:. Lineární algebra a její aplikace. České Budějovice : JU PF, 2003.
