CSCI 136 - Spring 2017
Data Structures & Advanced Programming
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|Office Hours:||M:11-12; W:11-12; or or by appt|
|Labs:||W 7-10pm, TCL 217 (Due M 7pm)|
|Office Hours:||Mon 2-3pm TCL 308 or by appointment|
|Labs:||W 1-4pm, TCL 217 (Due M 7pm)|
|Office Hours:||Thu & Fri : 11am-noon or by appt|
|Labs:||W 1-4pm TCL 216 (Due M 7pm), Th 1-4pm TCL 216 (Due M 10pm)|
|TAs:||Anjali Pai, Mairead Toms, Aria Kim, Julia Goldman, Alexander Smith-Bove, Alexander Summers, Marcus Hughes, Nick Post, Thomas Ragucci, and Melanie Subbiah|
This course couples work on program design, analysis, and verification
with an introduction to the study of data structures. Data structures
capture common ways in which to store and manipulate data, and they
are important in the construction of sophisticated computer
programs. We will use the Java programming language in class and for the
You will be expected to write several programs, ranging from very short programs to more elaborate systems. Since one of our goals in this course is to teach you how to write large, reliable programs composed from reusable pieces, we will be emphasizing the development of clear, modular programs that are easy to read, debug, verify, analyze, and modify.
We will use Java Structures by Duane A. Bailey. You can find
more information about the book here.
You can access a PDF version of the book here.
Please complete the following survey by midnight on Friday, Februrary 3rd.