Paul Curzon - graphs
Watch Professor Paul Curzon talk through graphs’ ability to solve real world problems.
Professor Paul Curzon takes Miles Berry through his examples of how graphs can be used as abstractions of real-world problems, proving that there are few logical problems that can’t be solved with a good algorithm - and, in turn, just how important mathematics and algorithms are to everyday life.
Paul teaches first year module 'Procedural Programming', an introductory module for all students in computer programming using Java. You will learn the basic concepts of programming and learn to write and reason about simple programs.