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stiff · 2014-12-29 · Original thread
ArsDigita Discrete Mathematics course (this one gives a really gentle start):

MIT Mathematics for Computer Science (harder but still not that hard):

Steve Skienna discrete mathematics course (graduate course based on Knuth's "Concrete Mathematics", quite hard):

I also recommend checking out some books: - free "Foundations of Computer Science" book that combines discrete mathematics with C programming and some theory of computation stuff, a pretty good way to make things more practical - very pleasant introductory discrete mathematics book, a welcome break from the usual "brick" format and covers some important topics that often do not make it into the normal discrete mathematics curriculum e.g. induction on trees. - classic introduction to combinatorics

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