

CSC 4341  Competitive Programming2 lecture hours 2 lab hours 3 creditsCourse Description This course provides an exploration of algorithms and data structure with a focus on their use solving problems presented in programming competitions. A brief introduction to algorithm runtime and space complexity analysis will be given in the context of constraints presented by problems in a competitive programming environment. The course will then present how competitive programming problems can be categorized and solved by recognizing the appropriate algorithm and data structure to use. Lab sessions will consist of practice in solving problems along with writing new problems. (prereq: CSC 1120 ) (quarter system prereq: CS 2852) Course Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
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Coordinator Dr. James Lembke 

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