﻿ Beats Biblionetz - Aussagen: Informatik = eine Art Mathematik

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## Definitionen

Computing as mathematics and logic: Computers are logic machines, some of the most impressive achievements in computing are proven and presented in the language of mathematics. Large parts of computing studies use formal objects such as algorithms and models of computing.
Von Matti Tedre im Buch Computer Science Education im Text The Nature of Computing as a Discipline (2018)
Key concept: Computing as mathematics and logic
Computers are logic machines. Some of the most impressive achievements in computing are proven and presented using the language of mathematics and many mathematical structures like matrices, vectors and graphs have become standard computing concepts. Large parts of computing studies formal objects, such as algorithms and models of computing. Many questions of computing are best solved using mathematics and logic as tools. School curriculum recommendations have acknowledged the tight connection between computational, mathematical and logical thinking.
Von Matti Tedre im Buch Computer Science Education im Text The Nature of Computing as a Discipline (2018)

## Bemerkungen

Since the 1990s, debates about the role of mathematics in computing have lost their zeal; today there is a broad consensus on the importance of diff erent kinds of approaches to computing. In universities, the requirements in computing commonly include discrete mathematics, probability and statistics. Yet there is still debate about the relationship between computing and mathematics and how much mathematics a computing professional or a researcher shoud learn.
Von Matti Tedre im Buch Computer Science Education im Text The Nature of Computing as a Discipline (2018)
Those who argue that much of the work in computing actually boils down to mathematics and logic have referred to the aims and central questions, necessary skill set, and methods and practices of computing as well as the computer’s logical organization. Many aspects of computers and programs can be described using mathematical functions and symbol manipulation. Program states are oft en practically infi nite – mathematics is the best tool for dealing with infi nity. The theory of computing is very much a mathematical theory. Those who advocate for a stronger inclusion of mathematics in computing education point out that most areas of computing have a close relationship with specific areas of mathematics ( Baldwin, Walker & Henderson, 2013 ).
Von Matti Tedre im Buch Computer Science Education im Text The Nature of Computing as a Discipline (2018)

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