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250055 SE Seminar (Discrete mathematics) (2011W)

3.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 25 - Mathematik
Continuous assessment of course work

Erstmals am Dienstag, 18. Oktober 2011, 15.00 Uhr, ESI
Termine: Dienstags 15.15 - 16.45 Uhr
Okt/Nov: ESI; dann Dissertantenzimmer 8. Stock, Turm A, Freihaus TU WIEN, Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10

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Language: German

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Aims, contents and method of the course

Everybody who is interested in Discrete Mathematics (Combinatorics,
Graph Theory, ...) is invited to this Working Group. The goal is to learn to know interesting problems (and, if available, solutions). The organisers, colleagues from the University of Technology, students who, for example, work on their diploma thesis or dissertation will report on their work. It is no requirement to already have participated earlier in the Working Group. Those who are interested and did not already participate are asked to get in contact with me (for example, by email).

Assessment and permitted materials

Presentation of a topic related to the title and participation in the discussions of the other presentations in the framework of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Everybody who is interested in Discrete Mathematics (Combinatorics,
Graph Theory, ...) is invited to this Working Group. The goal is to learn to know interesting problems (and, if available, solutions). The organisers, colleagues from the University of Technology, students who, for example, work on their diploma thesis or dissertation will report on their work. It is no requirement to already have participated earlier in the Working Group. Those who are interested and did not already participate are asked to get in contact with me (for example, by email).

Examination topics

Everybody who is interested in Discrete Mathematics (Combinatorics,
Graph Theory, ...) is invited to this Working Group. The goal is to learn to know interesting problems (and, if available, solutions). The organisers, colleagues from the University of Technology, students who, for example, work on their diploma thesis or dissertation will report on their work. It is no requirement to already have participated earlier in the Working Group. Those who are interested and did not already participate are asked to get in contact with me (for example, by email).

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