NET3004

Data Structures

Network Technology

Year 3 Fall (0.5 Credits) | Carleton University

Specification and design of abstract data types and their implementation as stacks, queues, trees, tables and graphs. Common and useful examples. Parsing and finite state machines. Analysis of algorithms, recursion, re-entrance. Special focus: abstraction, interface specification and hierarchical design using object-oriented programming. Includes: Experiential Learning Activity Precludes additional credit for PLT 3010.

Prerequisites: BIT 2400

Lectures

Course Code
Day
Time
Room
Instructor
NET3004A
Tue
14:30 - 17:30
AP132

Tutorials

Course Code
Day
Time
Room
Instructor
NET3004A1
Tue
09:30 - 11:30
CB4105


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