A BRICS Mini-Course
October 24, 26 and 31, November 2 and 7, 2000
Zsolt Tuza, firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer and Automation Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
The course presents several areas in discrete mathematics. The lectures are organized around unsolved research problems, offering a large variety of open questions for future work. Related results and methods will also be discussed.
Prerequisites: undergraduate course in mathematics, and the basics of linear independence and elementary (combinatorial) probability. Familiarity with graph theory is useful but not required.