COSC-173 Data Structures
Fall for 2006-2007
This course is designed as a second year course for majors and minors and covers basic data structures and algorithm analysis. Starting with the art and science of analyzing algorithms, the main goal of this course is to learn various techniques for organizing data so that computer programs can access, modify, and delete data efficiently. Topics covered include basic data structures (for example, lists, stacks and queues), trees, hashing, heaps, disjoint sets, and graphs, self-adjusting data structures; worst-case, average-case, and amortized analysis; and basic problem solving techniques. The topics are theoretical in nature but have dramatic impact in practice. Prerequisites: COSC-072 and -127.
Prerequisites: COSC 072 COSC 127
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