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COMPUTER ALGORITHMS & DATA STRUCTURES

SPRING 2003

PROFESSOR WILLIAM J. PERVIN


Welcome to the home page for Section 1 of TE3346. Students should use this site whenever possible in order to reduce everyone's paper load (and copying costs).

Please visit this page frequently. It will be the most promptly updated source of information for the class. This page will also provide lecture outlines, homework assignments for those who are traveling out of town, hints for the problems, simulation software, etc.


Catalog Description

TE 3346 Computer Algorithms & Data Structures (3 semester hours)
Basic data structures such as arrays, stacks, queues, lists, trees. Algorithmic complexity. Sorting and search techniques. Fundamental graph algorithms.
Prerequisites: CS 2315, TE 3307 or their equivalents.

Note that CS 3305 is no longer required for TE majors. This course replaces CS 3345 and allows an additional three hours of guided electives.

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Office Hours: TR 10:45-11:15am and by appointment in EC4.626.