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Resource <div><p>The module uses both online and printed material in combination with a book. Electronic copies of printed materials, other documents, software, programming activities, and online forums will be available via the module website.</p></div>
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abstract You will learn how to take a problem and state it precisely using an algorithm so that it can be solved with a computer.
ID M269
  • M269
  • http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/m269
title Algorithms, data structures and computability
description <div><p>The aim of this module is to help you become a computational thinker. Formulating a problem for efficient solution by computers is an extremely important skill. In this module, you will hone this skill: exploring a range of computing concepts; applying these to a variety of problems; and, in the process, becoming familiar with the popular Python programming language. This is the module for you if you are specialising in computing or if ? whatever your field ? you need to understand both the power and the limitations of computing. Though the focus is on the underlying ideas, you will also need to work with some mathematical concepts and notation.</p></div>
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