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Computer science—seminars for undergraduates

By Abraham Kandel

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 16 No. 7, Page 442

In recent years a number of curricula for computer science education have been proposed. Most notable among these are [1-4]. The results from these four studies were unbalanced oriented educational programs each with a different primary emphasis on various aspects of computer science and its application. None offered a prescription within the undergraduate framework for a satisfactory synthesis of hardware, software, and abstract theory.

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