The Orange Game - Routing and Deadlock in Networks
When there are a lot of people using one resource, such as cars using roads, or messages getting through the Internet, there is the possibility of “deadlock”. A way of working cooperatively is needed to avoid this happening. The resource begins with instructions on how to play the orange game. The activity contains a follow up discussion and extension activities. To conclude there is more information about congestion in real life situations. This collection of twenty activities from Computer Science Unplugged is designed to aid the teaching and learning of computer science through engaging games and puzzles using cards, string, crayons and lots of running around.
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|Published||2000 - 2009|
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- Computer Science Unplugged
- The Orange Game - Routing and Deadlock in Networks