August E. Sapega

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Two recent ACM reports have been published suggesting curricula for undergraduate education in Computer and Information Sciences. These reports have provided the basis of a new major program, the Computer Coordinate Major, recently established at Trinity College. The synthesis of these reports with the curriculum of the College in developing the new major(More)
Techniques such as structured programming and the use of a restricted set of control structures have transformed computer programming into a well-understood discipline. A sequence of courses in computing based on these principles has been developed and is described in this paper. The teaching of general principles of computing is in keeping with the liberal(More)
This paper discusses some of the problems of establishing a licensing procedure for computer personnel. These problems are discussed drawing upon the author's experiences as a member of a State Engineering Registration Board. The need for a careful, precise definition of the computing field is shown to be a first step in the licensing process. This step(More)
One of the most powerful application of computers is to capture data during an experiment, to analyze the data and calculate results, and to present the results in a meaningful graphical form. Undergraduate engineering students need to become familiar and comfortable with this type of use of computers in the laboratory. With the support of an NSF CSIP grant(More)
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