Founded in 1966

CS 0445: Data Structures

3 credits

Description

This course emphasizes the study of the basic data structures of computer science (stacks, queues, trees, lists, graphs) and their implementations using the Java language. Included in this study are programming techniques which use recursion and reference variables. Students in this course are also introduced to various searching and sorting methods and are also expected to develop an intuitive understanding of the complexity of these algorithms.

Prerequisites

CS 0401

Requirements and Grading

Between 5 and 7 programming assignments, 2 or 3 exams, and a cumulative final exam.

Recitation: A recitation associated with the selected class section is required.

Expected class size: 40-80 students.

Frequency: This course is offered every term.

Course Web Pages

Section (11587): M W 6:00PM - 7:15PM
Instructor: George Novacky

Section (10191): T Th 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Instructor: John Aronis
Class web page: http://www.cs.pitt.edu/~aronis/cs0445/

You are using an older browser that does not support current Web standards. Although this site is viewable in all browsers, it will look much better in a browser that supports Web standards.