TIE-20106 Data Structures and Algorithms, 5 cr
|TIE-20106 2019-01||3 - 4||
||The course grade is formed from points, which are earned from weekly excercises, lectures, lecture essays, online visualization assignments, and programming assignments. A minimum number of points have to be earned from each part. In addition to this, students have to pass the exam.|
After completing the course, the student knows the commonly used algorithm design techniques. The student can implement basic data structures independently, and knows how to apply related algorithms to them. The student is able to analyze the asymptotic complexity of simple programs and knows how to use library implementations to build more complex data structures.
|Type||Name||Author||ISBN||URL||Additional information||Examination material|
|Book||Introduction to Algorithms||Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, Stein||9780262033848||No|
|Book||Introduction to the Desing & Analysis of Algorithms. 2nd ed.||Anany Levitin||321358287||No|
|Lecture slides||Data structures and algorithms||Yes|
|TIE-02207 Programming 2: Basics||Mandatory|
|TIE-02408 Programming 3: Techniques||Advisable|
Additional information about prerequisites
Students are expected to be programming literate. Programming knowledge on C++ is required (level of knowledge should be comparable to course Basic course on Programming).
Correspondence of content
|TIE-20106 Data Structures and Algorithms, 5 cr||TIE-20100 Data Structures and Algorithms, 5 cr|
|TIE-20106 Data Structures and Algorithms, 5 cr||OHJ-2016 Utilization of Data Structures, 5 cr|