Acquiring skills of the natural use of formal methods and models of discrete mathematics in relation to treatment of discrete information and description of discrete processes, related with development and exploitation of facilities of the computing technology and software, understanding problems which arise up during automation processes of treatment of discrete information; acquaintance with the wide spectrum methods of discrete mathematics; understanding problems which arise up at the construction of algorithms and software.

Course plan:
audience studies - 72 hrs.
individual work - 108 hrs.
total - 180 hrs.
semester - 3rd
form of control - exam.