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|CSC 3171A - Algorithms|
Algorithmic development is a key ingredient to the
development of computer-based solutions for a wide
variety of scientific and industrial problems. This course
provides students with an opportunity to further develop
their skills in developing and documenting methodologies
for the solution of various problem classes. Topics include
the writing of understandable pseudocode, techniques for
estimating the efficiency of an algorithm, the use of
advanced data structures, and the implementation of these
techniques using a programming language like Java or C++.
Example problems may be drawn from a variety of areas in
discrete and continuous mathematics.
Prerequisites: MTH 1017A and CSC 2025A, or permission
of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department chair.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Division of Ntl Science & Math Division
Mathematics & Comp Science Department
Undergraduate level MTH 1017A Minimum Grade of D- and Undergraduate level CSC 2025A Minimum Grade of D-
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