# Modules offered by Faculty of Computer Science

Code | Module info | ECTS | |
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FCS-00060 |
LINEAR ALGEBRA AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 2 Direct sum of linear spaces, quotient spaces. Linear endomorphisms, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Jordan normal form. Dual vector space, dual basis, ... |
6 | |

FCS-00020 |
ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES Students will have demonstrated the ability to: analyze worst-case running times of algorithms using asymptotic analysis. Synthesize dynamic programming algorithms, ... |
6 | |

FCS-00054 |
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS Mathematical induction; recursion and chosen methods of its solving. Basics of arithmetics of integers; modular arithmetics. Basic notions and objects ... |
6 | |

FCS-00030 |
LINEAR ALGEBRA Systems of linear equations and matrices (Gauss-Jordan elimination, homogeneous systems, matrix algebra, elementary matrices, inverses); Determinants (by row reduction and ... |
6 | |

FCS-00069 |
LINEAR CONTROL THEORY Linear homogeneous systems of differential and difference equations of first order. Stability and asymptotic stability of linear continuous-time and discrete-time ... |
6 | |

FCS-00070 |
CALCULUS 2 The course will introduce the knowledge covering functional series, the concept of gradient and Jacobian matrix for functions of several ... |
6 | |

FCS-00002 |
CALCULUS The course will introduce the concepts of limit of a sequence, convergence of number series, continuity and derivatives of functions ... |
6 | |

FCS-00022 |
METHODS OF OPTIMIZATION Inequality-constrained maximization of a function of two variables. Several variables and several inequality constraints generalization of the first-order necessary conditions ... |
6 | |

FCS-00062 |
CALCULUS 3 Notion of arc, its length, curvature and torsion. Undirected and directed arc integral. Surface, its area and orientation. Unoriented and ... |
6 | |

FCS-00064 |
DIFFERENTIAL AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS Differential equations of first order, field of directions, existence and uniqueness of solutions. Integrable types of equations of first order. ... |
6 |