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캘리포니아 샌디에고 대학교의 Mathematical Thinking in Computer Science 학습자 리뷰 및 피드백

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1,847개의 평가
432개의 리뷰

강좌 소개

Mathematical thinking is crucial in all areas of computer science: algorithms, bioinformatics, computer graphics, data science, machine learning, etc. In this course, we will learn the most important tools used in discrete mathematics: induction, recursion, logic, invariants, examples, optimality. We will use these tools to answer typical programming questions like: How can we be certain a solution exists? Am I sure my program computes the optimal answer? Do each of these objects meet the given requirements? In the course, we use a try-this-before-we-explain-everything approach: you will be solving many interactive (and mobile friendly) puzzles that were carefully designed to allow you to invent many of the important ideas and concepts yourself. Prerequisites: 1. We assume only basic math (e.g., we expect you to know what is a square or how to add fractions), common sense and curiosity. 2. Basic programming knowledge is necessary as some quizzes require programming in Python....

최상위 리뷰

AD
2019년 3월 25일

The teachers are informative and good. They explain the topic in a way that we can easily understand. The slides provide all the information that is needed. The external tools are fun and informative.

AM
2021년 2월 27일

It is a great course! teachers explain everything with care. While providing lectures there are some popup ques that verify whether you understood that lecture or not. Overall, a great experience.

필터링 기준:

Mathematical Thinking in Computer Science의 425개 리뷰 중 376~400

교육 기관: Omar G

2020년 7월 27일

The course material is great but they should improve the explanations and practice what they go to say before film the lessons. Making too many mistakes while explaining math concepts ends up confusing the students.

교육 기관: Naveen R

2020년 7월 28일

It certainly was an intriguing course, and there were good puzzles which I have liked. However, I felt a little disappointed because the class ended so abruptly, and I am not sure how much new math I have learned.

교육 기관: Filip C

2020년 5월 26일

Очень уважаю Александра Шень, учился по его учебнику, очень нравится его манера преподносить материал. Однако очень разочаровали остальные лекторы. (Уровень английского, материал и манера преподавания)

교육 기관: Sumit A

2018년 6월 4일

The lectures were really good, however explanation of more exercises would be a bit helpful as the videos are fairly short, I had problem understanding some of them due to limited number of examples.

교육 기관: yk

2020년 3월 25일

The material was interesting however the instructor Alexander Chen was incomprehensible. He was unable to verbalize a thought or explanation without sounding nonsensical.

교육 기관: Novak D

2020년 3월 30일

I wish it went a bit more in-depth. I also wish there were more examples to practice. Overall, however, it was a good course, I have learned a lot.

교육 기관: Nitish

2020년 4월 20일

It's really very interesting course. I hope you all enjoy this course.

logical and interesting subject.

교육 기관: Neeraj G

2020년 2월 10일

The course was very basic for me when I compared the material with the book of Discrete Mathematics

교육 기관: Shashwat P

2020년 9월 4일

Last week was a bit confusing because the concept of permutation and cycles are mixed I guess.

교육 기관: Ambarish B

2019년 8월 24일

The lectures aren't good and the assignments are not well explained as to what we need to do.

교육 기관: Erickson N R I

2020년 10월 25일

I didn't really get the lessons. The instructors weren't confident in teaching their topics.

교육 기관: Hea R W

2019년 9월 17일

The quiz were all very interesting, but sometimes it was hard to understand the lecturers...

교육 기관: Trần C L

2019년 10월 19일

Good course with many interesting quizzes although it is lacking of clear explanation

교육 기관: Megui

2020년 4월 23일

Last 3 weeks were not engaging at all, the first 3 were amazing (my opinion)

교육 기관: Ghali L H

2020년 9월 9일

Explanations of Puzzles are not always clear.

Week 6 is very complex.

교육 기관: sathyamoorthi M

2020년 6월 9일

Good explanations .Last two weeks aren't clear enough to understand.

교육 기관: Shambhav A

2020년 8월 3일

lectures, particularly by alexander vhen, were good!

교육 기관: Jamil R

2020년 5월 20일

language is not clear always ..it can be better

교육 기관: Joseph G R M

2020년 7월 28일

I didn't understand clearly the use of proof

교육 기관: Aayush P

2020년 8월 23일

Explanations not clear

교육 기관: Jyh1003040

2020년 6월 17일

The course is fun!

교육 기관: JAMI S V L T

2020년 11월 30일

Good Mind teasers

교육 기관: DELA C J K (

2020년 3월 25일

HARD

교육 기관: Robin H

2020년 11월 5일

Interesting but needs MUCH better instruction. I'm sure the people teaching this really know their stuff but the students need to be able to understand it. Not even considering the heavy accents making the instructors hard to understand at some times, the instructors are just not good teachers. In order for someone to be a good instructor they have to know the content AND be able to explain the content so that someone without knowledge of the content can easily follow and understand. I felt like most of what they said was reading or paraphrasing power point slides and this course seemed more like a 'review' course for someone who had already been taught the concepts previously. Many times the course flow seemed unorganized as well. Having to program was also a problem when the course was not supposed to have prerequisites as a 'beginner' course. I want to take more courses in this specialization but am worried to do so since these guys teach the other classes as I'm sure the instruction will be pretty bad as well but further complicated by more difficult concepts.

교육 기관: Maria S

2021년 4월 6일

The instructor seems super nice and friendly and smart, buuuut. I'm not sure if there is a more methodical way to teach this material, I just find the presentation of the puzzles very frustrating. It's not really clicking for me to keep watching examples, and after a couple of weeks, I still feel like I'm not really learning anything -- just feel like I'm watching someone show me 'tricks' to solve puzzles in the hopes that some pattern will suddenly spark a light bulb. At every step of the way, I keep thinking 'nope, still not getting it', 'nope, that hint didn't work for me', 'nope, you're gonna have to explain it all the way to the end'. I can't help but feel there has to be a better way to teach mathematical thinking...