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Good morning,

I'm doing a course in Discrete Mathematics (so far: Four Colour Theorem, Intro Graph Theory, Intro Logic Theory, Intro Set Theory and Intro Proofs) at University, but unfortunately they don't record the lectures.

Where can I download Discrete Mathematics lecture videos? - If from multiple places, which would you recommend?

Thanks for all suggestions,

Alec Taylor

PS: Notes and worksheets recommendations would be great too :]

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Alec, I removed the (logic) and (set-theory) tags, as they seem less relevant than (graph-theory) for example. They are intended for more advanced topics (advanced undergraduates and graduates studying logic/set theory). –  t.b. Sep 5 '11 at 16:22

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Recently I've been studying bioinformatics, and in an effort to get my biology up to scratch, I've been watching online lectures via iTunes U. There's an astonishing number of free recorded lectures available, including discrete mathematics.

Typically the video and lecture quality is very high, although I have encountered a few lower quality videos. I'd recommend trying them out before downloading a huge amount (some of the downloads can be quite large).

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Had difficulty finding related Discrete Mathematics lectures on there... –  A T Oct 10 '11 at 2:24

I would recommend you to take a look at ADUni lectures

ADUni Discrete Mathematics

In addition there are Lecture Notes

Hopefully, it will be useful

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Looked at them a while ago, might pursue and purchase there DVDs. –  A T Oct 10 '11 at 2:57

You may find Steve Skeina's video lectures on Discrete Math very helpful Skeina's video lectures

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Thanks, my lecturer actually linked me to those :] –  A T Nov 9 '11 at 14:17

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