Mathematics for Computer Science (Resource)

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Concise Overview of CS Math

Even though my academic background is primarily in the humanities and biochemistry, my foundations/training in math is somewhat limited when compared to what the typical comptuer science or engineering major would normally go through. As such, I’ve been doing self-remediation through the wonderful (actual and otherwise) repositories of free knowledge available to us through that whole internet thing.

One resource that I’ve really enjoyed is an overview of mathematics for computer science by Prof. Albert Meyer. This post isn’t so much to go through that resource (which, I think, would be quite redundant), but to simply share it with you. If I remember rightly, I think I came across it in an MIT OCW course.

Any any rate, enjoy!


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Mathematics for Computer Science

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