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The Computers Workgroup coordinates the Citizendium articles related to computers and computer science. You are welcome to participate in improving, or adding to, the Computers_Workgroup articles. To author for this workgroup, please add [[:Category:Computers Authors]] to the bottom of your user page so it appears on the Category:Computers Authors page. Likewise, Editors should have [[:Category:Computers Editors]] at the bottom of their user page so they'll appear on the Category:Computers Editors page.

You are welcome to start an article that you believe is missing. Some authors have made an attempt to catalog articles that are needed; see their list at Core articles. A good thing to do is to link to the future article in existing articles; those red links encourage other authors to write about those topics. Please subscribe to the workgroup email list; it is the only way to reach all Computers authors at once. The discussion page for this article is a good place to raise policy questions.

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Core articles

Core articles are those that are as-yet unwritten and so should be prioritised. Please start articles on the topics below. Click here to edit this transcluded list.

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Theory, algorithms, data structures and Languages

Systems, networking, and misc

Not quite important enough?

  1. several topics to consider at List of topics in software engineering
  2. People Ada Lovelace
  3. The Anti-Kythera Mechanism Is this really important enough? Warren Schudy 20:22, 8 January 2008 (CST)
  4. Theory Planar Graph Probably not important enough Warren Schudy 18:35, 8 January 2008 (CST)
  5. Theory Probabilistically checkable proof PCP theorem is important for current research, but maybe not top-100 Warren Schudy 20:22, 8 January 2008 (CST)
  6. standards organizations: , WS-I, etc.
  7. Languages OCaml programming language
  8. Data Fibonacci heap


Click on the [r] after the first definition below to edit this list of transcluded subtopics.

  1. ACM Turing Awards sorted by year. Last access 8/10/2020