Programming and problem solving OT00EJ94-3001 30.08.2021-31.12.2021
Learning outcomes of the course
You know the basics of information processing.
You know the principles of both creative and algorithmic problem solving, and how to apply them.
You understand how logic and discrete mathematics relate to computing, and what limitations there are with computational problem solving.
You understand what algorithmic complexity means.
You understand the principles of programmatic problem solving, and what problems are suitable for automatization.
You know how to develop solutions for classic information processing problems, such as playing games, route finding or data representation.
What professional terms are related to information processing and problem solving?
What is algorithmic problem solving?
What factors are related to the design of algorithms?
How do you take into account the principles of mathematics and physics related to computing?