The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 50 student(s).
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Students will get acquainted with more substantial information from the field of mathematics and statistics that can be used during their studies. This seminar follows the course called “Essentials of mathematics and statistics for humanities, Pt. I” and is focused especially on probability, random entities, graphs and graph algorithms and essentials of sententional calculus.
1) Space for probability, qualities of probability, conditioned probability, Bayes’ formula, stochastic independence of phenomena.
2) Random entities, random vectors and their distributional functions.
3) Graphs: graph, sub-graphs, isomorphism, degrees of peaks, continual components of graphs, net.
4) Graph algorithms: distances in graphs, searching for the shortest route, acylic graphs trees and their properties.
5) Sententional calculus: definitions of sententional formulas, truthfulness and the possibility to get accomplished, normal forms.