CISC 2200: Data Structures

What's this course about?

General information

Faculty: Dr. A. G. Werschulz

Office hours:

Class meetings: Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m, in Room 908. Note that Tuesday, February 18 is treated as a Monday on the University calendar.

Class email list: datastr STRUDEL dsm.fordham.edu (STRUDEL is a thinly-disguised @, to thwart the amount of spam that your instructor receives in his guise of list manager). This can be used for both announcements and discussion.

Text and Readings

Frank M. Carrano and Timothy M. Henry, Data Abstraction and Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors (Sixth Edition), Addison-Wesley, 2012. You should examine the following resources:

Grading

Protocol

Additional Remarks

The directory /u/sobolev/agw/class/datstr/share is accessible from any of the machines in the dsm.fordham.edu domain (such as erdos or the lab machines), but not from the web. It contains useful material, such as support files for programming assignments.

You can access the source code of the examples found in the text.

Please read the following documents:

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