112 Intro. to Data Structures
Welcome to CS 112, Intro to Data Structures, at
Students successfully completing this course will
demonstrate that they can:
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Use indirection (pointers) to implement dynamic, generic container classes
(e.g., vectors, lists, stacks, queues, trees, etc.).
Design, create, and use unit-tests to test the correctness of
data structure operations.
Design and implement recursive data structure operations.
Analyze, categorize, and compare
the complexity of data structure operations
using "big-oh" notation.
Apply and use object-oriented techniques such as
encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
For select algorithms, use simple parallel computing techniques
to improve algorithm performance and measure the improvement.
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