Each student is supposed to

- analyze real life problems

- express them using discrete mathematics formulation

- solve the problem using methods of discrete mathematics

- give an interpretation of the theoretical results in the terms of the original problems

At the same time he should decide what are the limits of an ideal theoretical solution in contrast to the real situation.

## Literature

D. B. West, Introduction to graph theory - 2nd ed., Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River NJ, (2001).

Hill: A First Course in Coding Theory, Clarendon Press, Oxford, reprinted 2009.

C.C. Lindner, C.A. Rodger, Design Theory second edition, CRC Press, Boca Raton FL, (2009)

## Advised literature

Rosen K.: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications - 6th ed., McGraw-Hill NY, 2007, 0-07-288008-2

Norman L. Biggs: Diskrete Mathematics Revised Edition, Oxford University Press, 1994,

ISBN 019-853427-2