Course Meetings

Lectures meet Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Section Time (Tue & Thu) Room Instructor
Lecture 001 11:30am–12:50pm MC 1085 Yizhou Zhang
Lecture 002 2:30pm–3:50pm PHY 145 Yizhou Zhang
Lecture 003 1:00pm–2:20pm MC 4061 Patrick Roh

Tutorials meet Fridays in MC 4058. See your Quest schedule.

TUT 101 TUT 102 TUT 103 TUT 104 TUT 105
9:30am–10:20am 10:30am–11:20am 11:30am–12:20pm 12:30pm–1:20pm 1:30pm–2:20pm

Coursework and Evaluation

Assignments 25%
Midterm Exam 25%
Final Exam 50%

Course Staff

Photo of Patrick Roh Patrick Roh   [show email]
Office hour: Tue 3–4pm
MC 4013
Photo of Yizhou Zhang Yizhou Zhang   [show email]
Office hour: Thu 4–5pm
Photo of Dalibor Dvorski Dalibor Dvorski   [show email]
Instructional Support Coordinator
Pablo Millán Arias
Instructional Apprentice
Office hours: Mon 9:30–11:30am
Tosca Lechner
Instructional Apprentice
Office hour: Mon 12–1pm
Dheeraj Vagavolu
Instructional Apprentice
Office hours: Mon 4–6pm, Tue 4:30–6:30pm
MC 4065
Zihao Wang
Instructional Apprentice
Office hours: Fri 3:30–5:30pm
Ru Ji, Argyris Mouzakis, Karthik Murali, Joel Rorseth, Mohammad Mohibullah Khan Shirazi, Yuqing Xie, Owen Zila
Teaching Assistants

Whom to contact

Course overrides CS advisors:
Course access including late enrollment Coordinator:
Course material and assignment clarifications Make a public post on Piazza or bring up during office hours
Illness or unforeseen circumstances Coordinator:
Regrading requests Regrading requests are handled through LEARN dropboxes.
Instructions will be posted after release of marks.
Crowdmark issues Coordinator:
Incompletes (INCs) Coordinator:
Accessability requests AccessAbility Services:

Mathematical Logic for Computer Science (2nd Edition) by Lu Zhongwan.

Course Description

CS 245 plays a key role in the development of mathematical skills required in the Computer Science program, and thus complements MATH 135 (Algebra), MATH 239 (Graph Theory and Enumeration), and STAT 230 (Probability). The course covers a variety of topics related to logic and computation that are required as background for other courses in computer science. It differs both in tone and content from a logic course one would typically find in a mathematics program. The course aims to

Course Objectives

At the end of the course, students should be able to

Administrative Notices