CSE 2010 Algorithms and Data Structures
CSE 2010 Algorithms and Data Structures, Spring 2018
322 Harris, 674-7280
Office Hours: TR 11am-1pm (or by appointment)
Course WWW Page: http://www.cs.fit.edu/~pkc/classes/ds/
Haoran Chang, email@example.com
This course introduces data structures and algorithms, which are the
"backbones" of programs. You can think of programs = data structures
+ algorithms. Data structures organize the information in such a way
that algorithms can efficiently manipulate the information. We will
discuss how to analyze the efficiency of algorithms. Data structures
and algorithms are generally independent of programming languages.
Since CSE 1001 and 1002 use Java, we will use Java.
- Fundamental Data Structures (Ch 3)
- Algorithm Analysis (Ch 4)
- Recursion (Ch 5)
- Stacks and Queues (Ch 6)
- Trees (Ch 8)
- Priority Queues (Ch 9)
- Maps and Hash Tables (Ch 10)
- Graph Algorithms (Ch 14)
- Text/String Processing (Ch 13)
- Search Trees (Ch 11)
- Sorting (Ch 12)
- Test 1 (15%), Test 2 (15%) & Final Exam (20%)
- 6 homework assignments (40%) & term project (10%)
- A: 90%, B: 80%, C: 70%, D: 60%
Important Dates (Assignment due dates might be adjusted due to circumstances)
|Last day to drop
||Jan 19 (Fri)|
||Jan 25 (Thu)|
||Feb 8 (Thu)|
||Feb 15 (Thu) [tentatively]|
||Feb 22 (Thu) |
||Mar 13 (Tue)|
||Mar 20 (Tue) [tentatively]|
|Last day to withdraw
||Mar 22 (Fri)|
||Mar 27 (Tue)|
||Apr 10 (Tue)|
||Apr 24 (Tue)|
||Apr 30 (Mon), 6-8pm|
- Students are encouraged to help each other on assignments,
but plagiarism (copying) is prohibited.
- first violation: zero on assignment/test
- second violation: 'F' for the course
- Late assignments are accepted, but 20% is deducted for each day.
- Documentation constitutes 10% of each programming assignment.
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- CSE 1001/1002: Familiar with a high-level programming language.
- CSE 1400 / MTH 2051: Discrete Math.