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    Mar 22, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This is one of the most difficult course for Computer Science students. Dr. Stefan is a great professor. She is always well prepared for the class. However, students also need to be well prepared for this class given how difficult this course already is, whichever professor you take. Normally, I hear students complaining. But it is not the professor, it is the course itself that is difficult. Dr. Stefan is one of the friendliest professors as well. So, be nice to her. And do your homework on your own. Prepare well in advance, communicate with students who have already taken this course and ask for online resources that helped them understand the topics. You will do great! Just don't panic and stay focused.

    Course highlights:

    Learnt different algorithms and data structures and how to calculate time complexities of the algorithms. I think this is by far the most important course in Computer Science or Software Engineering major. There will be difficult problem solving assignments that will require a lot of time to solve. You should not panic and always start somewhere before complaining. Do 10% of your homework, create a skeleton code, write pseudo-code on paper, then start online research if required. Do not try to find answers online first ever! That's the best choice. Prepare very well for exams. Understand each and every topic before coming to exam. You do not need to memorize lot of stuff but absolutely must need to understand the topics at least once!

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    12+ hours

    Advice for students:

    And do your homework on your own. Prepare well in advance, communicate with students who have already taken this course and ask for online resources that helped them understand the topics. Ask for their notebooks, ask them to tutor you or at least help you find resources. When you do homework assignments, first begin and complete 10% of your homework, create a skeleton code, write pseudo-code on paper, then start online research if required. Do not try to find answers online first ever! Prepare very well for exams. Understand each and every topic before coming to exam. You do not need to memorize lot of stuff but absolutely must need to understand the topics at least once!

    • Fall 2016
    • AlexandraStefan
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    • Background Knowledge Expected Go to Office Hours Requires Lots of Research

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