Topics Coverage Summary: Use and implementation of basic data structures including linked lists, stacks, and queues. Use of advanced structures such as binary trees and hash tables. Object-oriented design including interfaces, polymorphism, encapsulation, abstract data types, pre-/post-conditions. Recursion. Uses Java and Java Collections.
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Materials Author: Cynthia Lee, Stanford University, adapted from slides by Paul Kube, UCSD
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- Usually I prefer to only post slides to this site after I have taught the course using the materials a minimum of 2-3 times. These slides were in their maiden voyage as it were. I won’t be teaching this course again, and many people have asked for these materials, so I have made them available. However, please be aware that they should be considered a rough draft and are likely suffering not infrequent bugs.
- Missing lectures were mistakenly overwritten and are not available.