COMP1927 Data Structures and Algorithms
The University of New South Wales, , Prof. Richard Buckland
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Updated On 02 Feb, 19
Intro to labs - Compiling - gcc and/or eclipse - Problem Solving - topdown, systematic - Problem Solving - abstraction - if/then/else, chained ifs, while loops, function calls - primative types - typecasting - pointers - pass by reference/pass by value - arrays - arrays 2D+ - strings (basic) - strings (advanced) - subtle problems with terminating byte - pointer arithmetic (brief) - structure of memory - dynamic memory allocation - stack frames - stack overflow security - recursion (intro) - linked lists - adts (intro) - trees (intro building traversing) - graphs (intro using adjacency matrix) - adts (using, constructing) - stacks, queues - recursion - time and space complexity - big oh notation - analysing complexity (a priori) - analysing complexity (a postori) - big oh notation - bfs dfs search - trees and tree algorithms - self balancing trees - graphs and graph algorithms - c99 extensions - for, switch - intro to unstructured commands - style - documentation - unit testing - systematic debugging - programming in groups
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This is a fragment of an interview with Scientist and former comp1927 student Glen Kelley in which he talks about how they do things in the "real" sciences like biology and physics, and reflects on computing as a science. Recorded to help students think about their approach to task 1 in COMP1927 and shown in class in week 3 session 2 2009.
Sep 12, 2018
Excellent course helped me understand topic that i couldn't while attendinfg my college.
March 29, 2019
Great course. Thank you very much.