Modules offered by Faculty of Computer Science

Code Module info ECTS
FCS-00095 ELEMENTS OF LOGIC AND SET THEORY FOR COMPUTER SCIENTISTS

Propositional calculus. Logic of predicates. Axioms and inference rules. Satisfiability. Tautologies. The notion of formal proof. Algebra of sets. Relations. ...

6
FCS-00021 ECONOMETRIC COURSE INCLUDING ELEMENTS OF PORTFOLIO THEORY

Theoretical development of multiple regression analysis; restricted least squares and tests of exact linear restrictions on parameters; theoretical aspects of ...

6
FCS-00052 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

Basic financial instruments. Asset pricing models for bonds and stocks. Basic models of the portfolio theory with applications. Classical measures ...

6
FCS-00067 ECONOMETRICS

Introduction to econometric modelling. Linear regression using the OLS method. Basic methods for verification of a linear econometric model. Model ...

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

SUMMER

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

SUMMER

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

SUMMER

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

SUMMER

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

SUMMER

FCS-00002 CALCULUS

The course will introduce the concepts of limit of a sequence, convergence of number series, continuity and derivatives of functions ...

6

SUMMER

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