How about boolean algebra and binary arithmetic. They're very simple and obvious, but are also most related.What's branches of mathematics are most related to computer science?
I only know that Discrete Mathematics and Numerical Analysis is,so how about others?
Thanks.
MichealY
Discrete maths (in England anyway) includes binary arithmetic and Boolean algebra, automata, Turing processes and much more.to steveb,
Yes,but it seems that binary arithmetic is just a method.I think automata is important too,if you want to work out a compiler.
Technical users of computers construct complicated 2 or 3 dimensional structures called fine element arrays to host the model for maps, fluid mechanics, the shape of a component being machined, stress analysis, weather systems, navigation..............and even games.to studiot,
What do you mean by builder,computer architecture or design of CPU/mainboard/Video card?In my opionion,bulider should know much about electrical engineer.
by Jake Hertz
by Jake Hertz