Physics & Computer Science

CP164: Data Structures I - Spring 2021

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Introduction to the study of data structures and their applications. Recursion, searching, sorting. Queues, stacks, heaps. Introduction to the analysis of algorithms, big “O” notation.

Credit: 0.50

Prerequisite: CP104

Exclusion: CP114

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