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European Journal of Engineering Education

1985 Volume 10, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Some Implications of Computing Developments for Engineering

    E H. Robson

    Discusses areas in the undergraduate curriculum that are important due to recent technological changes (such as contributing effectively to group projects and the ability to take advantage of... More

    pp. 285-89

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  2. Computer Assisted Instruction in Linear Programming

    J A. Jaen Gallego

    Describes a system of computer assisted instruction geared primarily toward high school and university students involved in numerical analysis and optimization. Also describes (in detail) one of... More

    pp. 329-38

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  3. Cellular Automata Ideas in Digital Circuits and Switching Theory

    Pawel P. Siwak

    Presents two examples which illustrate the usefulness of ideas from cellular automata. First, Lee's algorithm is recalled and its cellular nature shown. Then a problem from digraphs, which has... More

    pp. 353-56

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  4. Mathematics for Theoretical Computer Science

    Tom Hoholdt

    Examines some of the mathematical topics which are important in computer science by discussing in some detail the process of sorting by comparisons. (JN) More

    pp. 357-60

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