Course Descriptions for the Computer & Information Systems Department

INFS6189 - Data Structures With C++
Fall 2012

This course provides the student with the concept of data structures such as strings, lists, trees, multilevel lists, files, and data method integration (object-oriented programming). Practice in implementing these concepts is provided using C++ as the programming language. Emphasis is placed on the algorithm design of application solutions, using a significant number of data structures. The student develops, modifies, and/or maintains solutions to information system problems with illustrational topics including algorithms for creating, organizing, searching, and updating data, and the use of recursion. Strings, arrays, records, sets, files, pointers, lists, stacks, queues, trees, and heaps are discussed. Hands-on experience is provided through implementation of algorithms through the development of C++ programs. 3 credits
Prerequisites: INFS6188
3 Credits

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