Here, we gather some links that you can use to study discrete mathematics topics on your own.
Feel free to post suggestions on the forum!
- Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid, by Douglas Hofstadter, 1979. This book is about logic and computer science, but also about philosophy, art, and music. It is a great read! (Chalmers library link)
- Fermat's Last Theorem, by Simon Singh, 1997. This book describes the history behind Fermat's famous Last Theorem and its proof, which was finally completed by Wiles in 1995. Singh is a great writer, recommended! (Chalmers library link)
- The Code Book, by Simon Singh, 1999. A popular scientific description of cryptography, from historical methods to modern methods. Singh is a great writer, recommended! (Chalmers library link)
- Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science, an online course by MIT OpenCourseWare. This has online video lectures and example exams.
- Khan Academy has tons of online material if you want to learn anything. Many of the topics covered in the course are available here. (Just search for them in the search bar.)