A Common Core of Concepts for Informatics Majors
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The core concepts of informatics can be located in the intersection of the core concepts of the constituting and amalgamating fields of computer science, information systems, software engineering and computer engineering. In this focus group paper we present a core of both concepts and skills in eleven categories, ranging from information modelling, formalism and system design to social/ethical implications and (inter)personal skills.
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Fred Mulder, Tom van Weert
Chapman & Hall
Lidtke, D., Myers, P., Cassel, L., Gupta, G., Hacquebard, A., Mulder, F., . . . Waligorski, S. (1998). A common core of concepts for informatics majors. In F. Mulder & T. van Weert (Eds.), Informatics in higher education: Views on informatics and non-informatics curricula (pp. 17-20). London, England: Chapman & Hall.
Informatics in Higher Education: Views on Informatics and Non-Informatics Curricula