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• '''Decompose''' a problem into smaller parts, '''model''' a problem with flowcharts. Learn to think '''sequentially''' [[file:computation.png|right|frame|Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming<ref>http://www.flaticon.com/</ref>]]
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• '''Decompose''' a problem into smaller parts, '''model''' a problem with flowcharts. Learn to think '''sequentially''' [[file:computation.png|right|frame|Computational thinking and problem-solving<ref>http://www.flaticon.com/</ref>]]
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• #REDIRECT [[Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming]]
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• Means-Ends analysis is a method of solving problems. This method is useful for well-formed problems, less so for less- Problem solving occurs in a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State-space_representation state
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• '''Decompose''' a problem into smaller parts, '''model''' a problem with flowcharts. Learn to think '''sequentially''' [[file:computation.png|right|frame|Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming<ref>http://www.flaticon.com/</ref>]]
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• | Monday 1 April 2019 || Solving a complex problem || [[Solving Complex Problems Through Programming - April 1 2019 Lesson Notes | Click he | Monday 18 March 2019 || Solving a complex problem || [[Solving Complex Problems Through Programming - March 18 2019 Lesson Notes | Click h
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• The representation of knowledge '''and''' the method to solve the problem are the twin building blocks of reason. ...though, knowledge-based AI consists of knowledge representations, problem solving techniques, and architectures.
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• * [[Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming]]
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• | colspan="2" | '''Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming''' ...dure appropriate to solving a problem.|| [[Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming | Computational Thinking]]
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• ...ces as output how “fit” our how “good” the solution is with respect to the problem in consideration.<ref>https://towardsdatascience.com/how-to-define-a-fitnes ...hould quantitatively measure how to fit a given solution is in solving the problem.
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• [[file:computation.png|right|frame|Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming<ref>http://www.flaticon.com/</ref>]]
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• | colspan="2" | '''Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming''' ...dure appropriate to solving a problem.|| [[Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming | Computational Thinking]]
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• |Explain and justify the need for a solution to a problem for a specified client/target audience|| [[Design]] ...ize the primary and secondary research needed to develop a solution to the problem|| [[Design]]
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• * Identify the procedure appropriate to solving a problem. Level: 2 * Explain the role of sub-procedures in solving a problem. Level: 3
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• * Identify the procedure appropriate to solving a problem. Level: 2 * Explain the role of sub-procedures in solving a problem. Level: 3
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• * Identify the procedure appropriate to solving a problem. Level: 2 * Explain the role of sub-procedures in solving a problem. Level: 3
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• * Identify the procedure appropriate to solving a problem. Level: 2 * Explain the role of sub-procedures in solving a problem. Level: 3
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• * Identify the procedure appropriate to solving a problem. Level: 2 * Explain the role of sub-procedures in solving a problem. Level: 3
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• ...om Greek εὑρίσκω "I find, discover") is a technique designed for solving a problem more quickly when classic methods are too slow, or for finding an approxima ...ww.khanacademy.org/computing/ap-computer-science-principles/algorithms-101/solving-hard-problems/a/using-heuristics good kahn academy article to help you unde
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• ...igning solutions through programming (aka introduction to programming) and Solving complex problems through programming (aka advanced programming). Both cours <th scope="row"></html>[[Computational thinking & problem-solving]]<html> </th>
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• [[file:computation.png|right|frame|Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming<ref>http://www.flaticon.com/</ref>]]
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