While CSP is traditionally taught as an algebra, with a focus on definitions and proofs, it may also be presented as a style of programming, that is process-oriented programming. For the last decade University of Copenhagen (UCPH) has been teaching CSP as a mix of the two, including both the formal aspects and process-oriented programming. This paper summarized the work that has been made to make process-oriented programming relevant to students, through programming assignments where process orientation is clearly simpler than an equivalent solution in imperative programming style.
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