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K.Venkateswarlu , B.Vijay Chandra, B. Nagaraju, K.Jeevana
When two operators, which help us to measure the physical quantities e.g. Momentum, Energy and Position etc. of a system, commute Physicists say that both quantities can be measured or observed at same time. So the title of my paper implies that both Computer engineers and Physicists can be observed working together to solve many real life problems. A physicist needs a computer engineer and vice versa. Unfortunately students of computer engineering seem to be a little unaware of the fact and they don't devote much time to learning physics[4,5,6], they seem to believe that they will be a computer programmer and they won't need much physics in future. There may be other reasons for the ignorance of this subject. Student’s approach to understanding physics can highly influence their motivation and ultimately development of great computer programs using different languages and platforms. Learning physics can help them to develop programming skills that will solve many day to day life problems. The ultimate work of a programmer /engineer is to solve our daily life problems and build a sustainable world. Here I discuss for computer engineers the importance of learning physics at an introductory level and how it will help to be a good programmer.
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, PACE Institute of Technology and Sciences, Ongole, Andhra Pradesh, India
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