CISC 6006X Data Structures
60 hours; 4 credits
Intensive study of advanced nonnumerical programming techniques. Data representation, list, tree, and string manipulation algorithms. Data structures in programming languages. Comparative efficiency of algorithms. Storage management algorithms. Sequential file processing. This course requires a substantial amount of programming. (Not open to students who have completed a course in data structures.)
Prerequisite: Computer and Information Science 6005X [615X].
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