Computational Problem-Solving Skill Level

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A Computational Problem-Solving Skill Level is a problem solving skill associated with a computational problem-solving task.



  • Peter J. Denning. (2017).
    • QUOTE: Computational thinking is the habits of mind developed from designing computations. The meaning of computation has evolved from the 1960s "sequence of states of a computer executing a program" to today's "evolution of an information process." This changed meaning reflects the ever-expanding reach of computing into all sectors of work and life. Many of today's most popular apps feature computations well beyond arithmetic, as in, say, facial recognition, speech transcription, driverless cars, and industrial robots. The computational thinking developed by those who worked on these achievements is much more powerful than the handful of programming concepts offered as the definition of "new CT."