Download at MAXIMUM SPEED and remove 503 Error
Purchase a VIP membership and download using our fastest servers, up to 1Gb/s
If you get 503 error while downloading, Become VIP to download with unlimited connections.
Problem Solving Using Computational Thinking is a training course on computer thinking and the process of solving physical problems with software solutions and programming, published by the Coursera Training Academy. One of the misconceptions about computers and computer systems is the subject of thinking about them. Computers can not think like humans, but it is possible to set a set of commands for the computer and then teach the computer how to do these commands. The process of determining the command for the computer and specifying the process of executing it is called programming. Before starting the programming and coding process, programmers must be familiar with exactly the commands and goals of their software and then express them in the form of comprehensible commands for the computer.
Computer thinking is a style of thinking such as critical thinking that enables you to break a problem into smaller pieces and then study each section carefully. Finally, you should be able to provide a comprehensive and effective software solution to this problem. This training course is completely project-oriented and during the course you will provide software solutions for a number of real problems and challenges. This course is recommended for all beginner programmers and can completely change the way you think about the world of programming and coding.
What you will learn in Problem Solving Using Computational Thinking
- Familiarity with different parts and stages of computing thinking such as abstraction, initial problem identification, problem analysis into smaller parts, pattern identification, algorithm writing and evaluation of different algorithms and solutions
- Practical implementation of computational thinking process and solving real and physical problems with software solutions
- Basic familiarity with programming and its importance
- Changing the user’s mindset towards the programming process
Instructors: Chris Quintana
Number of Lessons: 25
Duration: Approx. 11 hours to complete
Foundations of Computational Thinking
Case Study: Airport Surveillance and Image Analysis
Case Study: Epidemiology
Case Study: Human Trafficking
Problem Solving Using Computational Thinking Introduction Video
After Extract, watch with your favorite Player.
File password (s): www.downloadly.ir