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Unformatted text preview: COMPSCI 225-002 Intro. to CS II (Fall 2011) Instructor: Dr. Jyh-haw Yeh Office: MEC 302B Phone: 426-3034 email: email@example.com Office Hours: Tue. &amp; Wed.: 3:405:30 Class Time: TTh 1:40pm3:30pm Location: ET 313 Textbook: Data Structures - Abstraction and Design Using Java , 2E, Koffman and Wolfgang. Catalog Description Recursion, iteration and induction. Program correctness. Introduction to the analysis of time and space requirements. Object-oriented programming and design, including hierarchies and in- heritance. Abstract data type - both basic (list, tree, set, and relation) and derived (queues, stacks, priority queues, and dictionaries) - and their implementation and applications. Concrete data structures (linked lists, binary search trees, heaps, hash tables, etc.) Sorting and searching algorithms. Prerequisites COMPSCI 125: Introduction to Computer Science I Course Goals At the end of this course, each student will be able to perform perform basic run-time/space...
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