Courses: Introduction to Data Structures (CMSCH106B01)

Spring 2013

Overview of the intellectual and software tools used to create and study data structures: specification of data types; abstraction and representation; reasoning tools to study correctness and efficiency; classic data structures for collections (set, vector, list, stack, queue, tree, graph); introduction to object-orientated programming. Weekly programming laboratory section. Lab options as follows: Th 3-4 or F 8:30-9:30 or 10:30-11:30. Labs will be sectioned by course Professor.

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Prerequisites: CMSC 105 (or 110 at Bryn Mawr) or consent. Students must attend one, one-hr. lab per wk.

Fulfills: NA QU II Q Limit:24

Meeting Times

TTh 1:00-2:30