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The vital role that electrical engineering departments must play in providing undergraduates with special competence in computer sciences is explored. Three related problem areas are discussed: (1) meeting the needs of students majoring in computer sciences in electrical engineering; (2) balancing the treatment of continuous and discrete systems so that students have a background in discrete systems comparable to that which they now acquire in continuous systems; and (3) realizing wider and more effective use of the digital computer as a tool for analysis and design in all engineering courses. Specific suggestions for meeting these needs are offered.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 3 )