# INFSCI 2020 MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE

This course introduces the primary mathematical foundations underlying principles of information science, particularly the concepts, representations, and functions associated with the mathematically-intensive information science areas such as data mining, information retrieval, machine learning, cloud computing, and network science. Topics include, but are not limited to,¿probability, matrix operations, graph theory, logic, combinatorics, and information theory.

Academic Career: Graduate

Course Component: Lecture

Grade Component: Grad LG/SNC Basis

Course Requirements: PROG: Sch Computing and Information; PLAN: Excluded Plans = Library & Information Science (MLIS, PHD, CERT-Advanced)
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Enrollment not permitted if previously enrolled in INFSCI 2710 or INFSCI 2591

Minimum Credits: 3

Maximum Credits: 3

## Current Sections

### Spring 2023

Class No. | Days | Times | Room | Instructor(s) | TA(s) | Type |
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30829 (1000) | Th | 3:00 pm - 5:50 pm | IS 411 | P. Munro | LEC |