Computational X

Computational X is a term used to describe the various fields of study that have emerged from the applications of informatics and big data to specific disciplines. Examples include computational biology , computational neuroscience , computational physics , and computational linguistics .

See also

  • Computational thinking

References

  • From Computational Science to Internet Science : Geoffrey C. Fox , Computational Science, Mathematics, and Software: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computational Science in Celebration of the 65th Birthday of John R. Rice, eds. Ronald F. Boisvert, Elias N. Houstis, Purdue University Press, 2002, 22-26 May, 1999, Volume 1.
  • Computing the Future: A Broader Agenda for Computer Science and Engineering by Committee to Assess the Scope and Direction of Computer Science and Technology, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council, 1992.
  • Scientific Basis for Computational Science by Raúl Valdés-Pérez, 1993.
  • How to Teach Computational Thinking by Stephen Wolfram , September 7, 2016.