CS Resources

Computer Science Resources and Links from Avi Parshan

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Mathematical Logic

Some digital systems content, sentinal logic, prediate logic, graph theory

Read: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications by Kenneth H. Rosen


  • We studied sentential logic as part of the course, but it is often referred to as Propositional logic/calculus

  • We also used a system called L arrow which exists in sentential logic (sometimes called language PC)

  • I advise reading the Rosen Discrete Math Book, in the first few hundred pages… it covers most of what the course does.

Wikipedia Articles relevant to subject

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propositional_calculus (Sentential Logic, L-> and L2)



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First-order_logic (For all, There exists)

Calculators and tools

Python and programming aren’t required for the course but its a good way to check your work! and view my sample program for testing logic * here using the SymPy library

we also studied graph theory in the end of the course… I will add some more info on that as well!

Updated on November 10, 2022