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ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
We are concerned about a view in undergraduate computer science education, especially in the early courses, that it's okay to be math-phobic and still prepare oneself to become a computer scientist. Our view is the contrary: that any serious study of computer science requires students to achieve mathematical maturity (especially in discrete mathematics) early in their undergraduate studies, thus becoming well-prepared to integrate mathematical ideas, notations, and methodologies throughoutdoi:10.1145/353519.343143 fatcat:oy5b5p6kxbcebp76gynd2uhbmy