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CPSC-50300 Algorithms and Data Structures

Credits: 
3
Prerequisites: 
CPSC-50000 and CPSC-50100

This course is the study of the design and analysis of computer algorithms including the data structures used in these algorithms. Topics include design techniques, such as divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, the greedy method and backtracking, sorting, searching, graph computations, pattern matching and NP-complete problems.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Solve problems to illustrate the use Python language elements and programming.
  2. Software development process such as system requirements and architecture, design, coding and testing will be defined.
  3. Algorithm analysis and useful functions.
  4. Design of recursive and iterative algorithms.
  5. Design data structures based on array, stacks and queues.
  6. Other more advanced data structures will be introduced: linked lists, binary trees, priority queues, and hash tables.
  7. Introduce sorting and evaluation of the algorithms.

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