Mathematics for Computer Engineering
Course title: Mathematics for Computer Engineering
Code: FEIT08Z006
Number of credits (ECTS): 6
Weekly number of classes: 3+3+0+0
Prerequisite for enrollment of the subject: Passed: Mathematics 1, Taken course: Mathematics 2
Course goals/Competences: To adopt the basic concepts of differential and integral calculus for the real valued functions of two variables, ordinary differential equations, logic, sets and number theory. To develop analytical thinking, critical skills, learning ability. The obtained knowledge is necessary to study electrical engineering problems.
Total available number of classes: 180
Curriculum: Real valued functions of two variables. Limits and continuity. Differential and integral calculus of two variable functions real valued functions of two variables. Ordinary differential equations. Propositional calculus. Logical equivalences. Completeness in propositional calculus. Predicates. Sets. Relations. Number theory. Algebraic structures. Combinatorics
Literature:
Literature 

Compulsory literature 

No. 
Author 
Title 
Publisher 
Year 
1 
I Shapkarev 
Mathematics 3 
FET, Skopje 
1993 
2 
K. Rosen 
Discrete Mathematics and its Applications 
WCB/Mc GrawHill 
1999 
3 
J.A. Anderson 
Discrete Mathematics with Combinatorics 
Prentice Hall 
2003 
Further literature 

No. 
Author 
Title 
Publisher 
Year 
1 
S. Gegovska, K. HadziVelkova Saneva 
Lectures from Mathematics 2 

2010 