I am looking for standard math courses (Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Linear Algebra, etc.) that were developed specifically for computer scientists, and use computer-science examples for motivation. For example, the pagerank algorithm can be used to motivate eigenvectors and eigenvalues.
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The Matrix in Computer Science (Brown) http://cs.brown.edu/courses/cs053/current/lectures.htm
Coding the Matrix (Coursera) https://www.coursera.org/course/matrix
Both are by Philip Klein http://cs.brown.edu/~pnk/
David Forsyth in my department (UIUC) developed a course and notes on probability for CS majors. It ties the teaching of probability/stats to applications coming from data analysis. Also has matlab programming etc. See link below.
Mehran Sahami has a course on probability for CS majors. See info at the link below.