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Csci 2111: Data and File Structures. Instructor: Nathalie Japkowicz e-mail: [email protected] Objectives of the Course and Preliminaries. Objectives of The Course. To Provide a Solid Introduction to the Topic of File Structures Design.

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Csci 2111: Data and File Structures

Instructor: Nathalie Japkowicze-mail: [email protected]

Objectives of the Course

and

Preliminaries


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Objectives of The Course

  • To Provide a Solid Introduction to the Topic of File Structures Design.

  • To Discuss a number of Advanced Data Structure Concepts that are necessary for achieving high efficiency in File Operations.

  • To Develop important programming skills in and Object-Oriented Language such as C++ or Java.


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Pre-Requisites

  • Computer Science III (CSci 2110)

  • Topics in Applied Computer Science (CSci 2131)

  • Knowledge of C++ or Java


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Required TextBook

File Structures, An Object-Oriented Approach with C++

by

Michael J. Folk, Bill Zoellick

and Greg Riccardi

Publisher: Addison Wesley


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Course Requirements

  • 4-6 written or programming assignments (20%)

  • A Programming Project that will be implemented incrementally over the Semester (30%)

  • A Mid-Term (20%)

  • A Final Exam (30%)


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Late Policy

Late assignments will receive a 10% penalty per day * unless a Doctor's noteis provided.

* Saturdays and Sundays count as late days as well


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