|Article title||INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR MATHEMATICIANS OR THE MATHEMATICS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES|
|Section||SECTION IV. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN FORMATION, MANAGEMENT AND MEDICINE|
|Month, Year||05, 2011 @en|
|Abstract||More than 35 years are conducted active discussions with participation of representatives of the academic science and IT-experts : whether is the mathematics a programming basis? Their points of view it is sometimes very strongly separated – one consider that in a basis of information technology the mathematics has laid down, others assert that information sciences is an independent direction and the mathematician is only equivalent partner. In article the question is considered and process interosculation of mathematics and information technology is traced.|
|Keywords||Matematics; computer programming; IT.|
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