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Ubiquity symposium: Computation and Computational Thinking
The Need for Clear Definitions In any scientific discipline there are many reasons to use terms that have precise definitions. Understanding the terminology of a discipline is essential to learning a subject and precise terminology enables us to communicate ideas clearly with other people. In computer science the problem is even more acute: we need to construct software and hardware components that must smoothly interoperate across interfaces with clients and other components in distributeddoi:10.1145/1922681.1922682 fatcat:hwlwwhqjtng3dcviig22nnxta4