Date of Award
Professor Kathryn Jones
The profession of programing has existed for two decades or longer. Computer programing and the organization of computer analysis have gone beyond the reach of careful clerks with high school education. There is a growing demand for persons who are competent researchers, experienced in the use of multivariate methods, and skilled as computer users and programers. Mathematics and engineering predominate. The programer should have a knowledge of mathematics and a familiarity with computer hardware and must understand the content of the problem to be solved.
Gamble, Linda, "A Special Studies Paper on Mathematics in Computer Programing" (1970). Honors Theses. 404.