- Somebody told me that 2/22/2022 is coming. And that it would be a
**Tue**sday. How cools is that?

- Syllabus - Key information - read it all
- Schedule - Lecture summaries accrue throughout the term
- When and where - Office hours and more - Subject to frequent change
- Zoom link - We use the same Zoom meeting room for everything
- Basic grading rubric - Will evolve - Not used for every problem
- Click here to Zoom to online lectures or office hours

- Canvas - Recorded lectures and more
- Piazza - For questions and announcements
- Gradescope - To turn in homework
- Overleaf - To typeset your homeworks and, optionally, to collaborate on them
- zyBook - S. Irani
- Discord page - Like Piazza, but run by students

- PS1 and PS1 Solutions
- PS2 and PS2 Solutions
- PS3 (Due Jan 26 at 5pm)

- P. Koehl’s ECS17 from 2022.Winter - Non-major alternative to ECS20
- P. Rogaway’s ECS20 from 2021 (lectures), 2013 (lectures), 2008 (lectures), and 2000 (lectures)
- R. DeSouza’s ECS20 from 2019
- A. Meyer and A. Clipala’s MIT.6042J.2015
- T. Leighton and M. van Dijk’s MIT.6042J.2010
- G. Aloupis’s Tufts.Comp.61.2013

- zyBook:
*ECS 020: Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science*- S. Irani -
*Mathematics for Computer Science*(pdf) (The MIT Book) (E. Lehman, T. Leighton, A. Meyer) -
*Book of Proof*by R. Hammack.

- Technical Writing for Computer Scientists by M. Bellare
- Introduction to mathematical arguments (M. Hutching) (26 pages)

- sample.tex LaTeX file and the sample.pdf it yields
- example.tex John’s LaTeX file and the example.pdf it yields
- LaTeX tutorial that a TA recommended (but the accent should fall on the first syllable; LAY-tek)
- Quick LaTeX reference written for ECS132

- A Mathematician’s Lament (P. Lockhart, 2002) - So rare and wonderful when another human says what I think!
- Expanded course description - Nominal definition of course contents
- ECS20 movie-day films from 2021.Spring