78785 - MATEMATICA E INFORMATICA

Course Unit Page

Academic Year 2015/2016

Course contents

MATHEMATICS 1 (Prof. Fausto Desalvo)

The real numbers. Differential calculus for  functions of one real variable. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Trigonometric functions. Limits and continuity. Derivatives, monotony, local maxima and minima. 

MATHEMATICS 2 (Prof. Andrea Mentrelli)

Integral calculus for functions of one real variable: primitive and integral, techniques of integrations (by parts, by substitution). First-order differential equations. Higher-order and systems of differential equations. 

COMPUTER SCIENCE (Proff. Fabio Vitali e Davide Bresolin)

Theory
* The information (formalization, elaboration, organization, access)
* The tools (computation systems, data acquisition, operating systems, networks)

Practice
* HTTP and TML
* Server-side applications in Python

Readings/Bibliography

MATHEMATICS I:

G.PELLACANI, G. PETTINI & C. VETTORI, Istituzioni di Matematica , CLUEB, Bologna
G.PELLACANI, G. PETTINI & C. VETTORI, Esercizi di Matematica, CLUEB, Bologna

Notes in "materiali didattici"

MATHEMATICS II:

Notes in "materiali didattici"

COMPUTER SCIENCE:

Luca Mari, Giacomo Bonanno, Donatella Sciuto
Informatica e Cultura dell'Informazione
II ed., McGraw-Hill Italia, 
ISBN: 978-88-386-6576-9

Teaching methods

Lectures
Lab

Assessment methods

A written test about Mathematics I and II and Computer Science. The part of the written exam about Differential and Integral Calculus will comprise problems, including the study of a function. The other problem(s) will be of the type given during the course as homework. The study of a function will carry about half of the total score points: it will thus be necessary to work it out rather well, to hope for a good grade on the Calculus part of the exam. 

Teaching tools

Lectures
Lab

Office hours

See the website of Fausto Desalvo

See the website of Andrea Mentrelli

See the website of Fabio Vitali

See the website of Davide Bresolin