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Algorithms without programming
Abstract Programming contests are generally intende
Programming contests are generally intended to popularize computer science, particularly algorithmic thinking and programming skills. However, such contests are addressed to a limited group of pupils - those that can write programs and know at least some programming techniques. But how can we attract those pupils that know nothing about programming or algorithms? We argue that one of the ways to do it is to present tasks that require some algorithmic thinking, but no programming. The paper contains several such example tasks together with their analysis.
xample tasks together with their analysis.  +
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Has author Marcin Kubica + , Jakub Radoszewski +
Journal Olympiads in Informatics +
Pages 52-66 +
Title Algorithms without programming +
Type Article +
Volume 4 +
Year 2010 +
Categories Publications about types of tasks and contests
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