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ECE 242 Data Structures and Algorithms Stacks and Queues III Lecture 8                        Prof. Eric Polizzi                      
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2 Logistics Update:  TA office hours: Monday 11am -12  in M5 Tuesday 12 -2pm  in M5 All project deadlines have changed Tuesday ==> Wednesday 11:50pm is the deadline (no submission allowed after that, Moodle  will not allow you to upload).  If you miss the deadline it is a 0  grade. I will not accept files by email I will not accept files by email , , so  make sure you upload a least  the first version of your project on Moodle before the deadline   (you can update your submission multiple times) There is no extension  on projects. If needed, use the Readme file  to communicate any information you would like us (TAs and I)  to know.
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3 Queues- overview First In First Out   (FIFO) Queues allow to get access to the first item inserted. If removed, you get  access to the second item that was inserted, and so on. You cannot add/extract  in the middle of queues Remark:  Queue is the British word for Line  Examples of queues in your daily life:  Lines at the movies, ATM, airport  security, etc. Queues used to model real-world  situation:  airplanes waiting to take off,  data packet waiting to be transmitted  over internet, etc.
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