Lab 3 of 6: Best and Worst Use of Message
Digest Algorithms (50 points)
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iLAB OVERV
Lab 1 of 6: Network Attacks
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iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario/Summary
In this lab, you will d
Chapter 12
Sorting
Objectives
Upon completion you will be able to:
Understand the basic concepts of internal sorts
Discuss the relative efficiency of different sorts
Recognize and discuss selection, insertion and exchange sorts
Data Structures: A Pseud
Chapter 6
Introduction to Trees
Objectives
Upon completion you will be able to:
Understand and use basic tree terminology and concepts
Recognize and define the basic attributes of a binary tree
Process trees using depth-first and breadth-first traversa
Chapter 7
Binary Search Trees
Objectives
Upon completion you will be able to:
Create and implement binary search trees
Understand the operation of the binary search tree ADT
Write application programs using the binary search tree ADT
Design and implem
Chapter 5
List
Objectives
Upon completion you will be able to:
Explain the design, use, and operation of a linear list
Implement a linear list using a linked list structure
Understand the operation of the linear list ADT
Write application programs usi
Abstract Data Type
Data Structures.
Main Notions and Definitions.
Atomic Data
2
Data Structure
A Data Structure is an aggregation of
atomic and composite data into a set with
defined relationships.
Structure means a set of rules that holds
the data toge
Pointers
(Continuation)
1
Data Pointer
A pointer is a programming language
data type whose value refers directly to
("points to") another value stored
elsewhere in the computer memory using
its address. Obtaining the value that a
pointer refers to is cal
Chapter 13
Searching
Objectives
Upon completion you will be able to:
Design and implement sequential searches
Discuss the relative merits of different sequential searches
Design and implement binary searches
Design and implement hash-list searches
Di
STACKS
Linear Lists
A Linear List is a list in which each
element has a unique successor.
In a restricted linear list, addition and
deletion of data are restricted to the ends
of the list.
In a general linear list, addition and
deletion of data are all
Chapter 9
Ch
Heap
Objectives
Upon completion you will be able to:
Define and implement heap structures
Understand the operation and use of the heap ADT
Design and implement selection applications using a heap
Design and implement priority queues using
CIS-305: Data Structures
Fall 2008
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Organizational Details
Class Meeting:
4:00-6:45pm, Tuesday, Room SCIT215
Instructor: Dr. Igor Aizenberg
Office: Science and Technology Building, 115
Phone (903 334 6654)
e-mail: igor.aizenberg@tamut.edu
Office hours:
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