Applications of Discrete Structures
Prof: Peter Dobbins / Winter 2022
Oct 1, 2023
Prof: Cheryl Resch / Spring 2023
Apr 10, 2023
This is for UF online so it might be different from in person but the way it’s structured is awful. You have 4 Exams that weight 70% of your grade. The exams are mostly open ended with a pretty bad platform to write any special characters so you’d be wasting tons of time if you wanted to use them. Lectures are below average but not too awful. There’s some bad audio mixing where you can hear prof moving which will hurt your ears because you have to up volume to hear her voice.
I wish I found other recourses online to help me understand the topic better.
Prof: Peter Dobbins / Summer 2022
Aug 8, 2022
DO YOUR READINGS
Prof: Peter Dobbins / Fall 2020
Dec 11, 2021
The material is abstract in some cases, but some of it is applicable to the more theoretical parts of computer science. It was mostly doing problems in the textbook through all access, about four quizzes, then two tests.
He was fine overall.
Do the all the assignments and the practices problems and you will be good for the tests.
Prof: Cheryl Resch / Summer 2021
Nov 1, 2021
Was pretty easy when I took it over the summer. You just need to put aside some time to do the exercises through the online book.
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