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CS 507
Data Structures and Analysis of Algorithms
Spring Semester 2000
Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 pm, FL 311

Glynis Hamel Office Hours: by appointment FL 139
(508) 831-5252 fax: (508) 831-5776

Course Objectives:

Text: Shaffer, Clifford A., A Practical Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis, (C++ version), Prentice-Hall, 1997

Grading: Homework (50%), midterm and final exam (25% each)

Homework: There will be five homework assignments. Homework will consist of both written work and computer programs. Homework is due at the beginning of class on the given due date; it will not be accepted late.

Computer programs are to be submitted as non-compiled source code in C++. Programs must be capable of compiling and running using the GNU gcc or g++ compilers; both compilers are available on WPI UNIX computers. Source code should be submitted via email or email attachment using plain text only.

Written work may be submitted on paper or faxed to the instructor.

Exams: Two exams will be given. Each exam will be one full class period long. You will be allowed to use your textbook and your notes for the exams. Tentative exam dates are March 1 and and April 12. No makeup exams will be given.

Web Pages: Check out the CS 507 Web pages at

Homework, handouts, and other course material can be found here.

Syllabus: The class will cover the following topics in this order:

Dates to note:

March 1
: midterm exam
April 12
: final exam
April 19
: no class
April 26
: project presentations (Homework 5)

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