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High quality education involves a lot of time and effort on the part of all involved in the process of facilitating learning. If the time and effort can be invested, there will be a good return realized. Unfortunately, this luxury is not always available. The ultimate problem is that the one who...
This paper introduces a formal method for determining if the production rules in a regular or context free grammar are "connected" (can appear in a sentential form) and "grounded" (can be driven to a string of terminal symbols). I have used it on several occasions in courses on programming...
The forms of computer programs that might be found at a university are discussed. The idea is established that computer curricula at a university should reflect the extent and depth of computer use in society. That extent and depth is great and pervades most every area of life. Similarly,...
Software engineering has become one of the fastest growing fields in computer technology due to the increasing cost of software development. Software engineering courses have been placed in many undergraduate Computer Science curriculums. This paper describes a project approach to teaching...
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