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Faculty Publications, Working Papers

RMU Research #: 23132
Title: Insights from Teaching Discrete Mathematics in Information Systems Programs
Author/PI: Valerie J Powell;   E. Gregory Holdan
Date(s): 11/18/2004 - 11/19/2004
Category: Computer Information Systems
Type: Conference Paper
Description: This report offers recommendations on how to assure a more educational effective role for the basic skills and understandings required for the computing disciplines, including formal methods. The recommendations, based on experiences developing a discrete mathematics curriculum for information systems programs, address the teaching of discrete mathematics, articulation with other disciplines at a variety of levels to gain more attention for formal structures, and the specification, development, and marshalling of materials and software which will support discrete mathematics teaching.
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