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A proposal for an IOI syllabus
Abstract The International Olympiad in Informatics
The International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) is the premier competition in computing science for secondary education. The competition problems are algorithmic in nature, but the IOI Regulations do not clearly define the scope of the competition. The international olympiads in physics, chemistry, and biology do have an official syllabus, whereas the International Mathematical Olympiad has made the deliberate decision not to have an official syllabus. We argue that the benefits of having an official IOI Syllabus outweigh the disadvantages. Guided by a set of general principles we present a proposal for an IOI Syllabus, divided into four main areas: mathematics, computing science, software engineering, and computer literacy.
ftware engineering, and computer literacy.  +
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Has author Tom Verhoeff + , Gyula Horváth + , Krzysztof Diks + , Gordon Cormack +
Journal Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science +
Pages 193-216 +
Title A proposal for an IOI syllabus +
Type Article +
Volume 4 +
Year 2006 +
Categories Publications about syllabus
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