Antecedents of Computer Technology Usage : Considerations of the Technology Acceptance Model in the Academic Environment

@inproceedings{Brandt2004AntecedentsOC,
  title={Antecedents of Computer Technology Usage : Considerations of the Technology Acceptance Model in the Academic Environment},
  author={Keith Brandt and Margaret Richey and Martin C. Carlisle and Terry A. Wilson and Jeffrey W. Humphries and Steven M. Hadfield},
  year={2004}
}
Mathematical induction is a proof technique used throughout mathematics, and recursion is a programming concept frequently used in computer science. This note will explore the parallel between induction proofs and recursive programs by providing several example problems that lead to an induction proof and a corresponding recursive program. We feel that students who are exposed to this parallel will gain a deeper understanding of both topics. 
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