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      Algorithms and Data Structures G1F

      Course, Bachelor's (1st cycle), 7.5 credits, IT376G

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      Autumn 2020 - Cancelled
      Location: Campus (Skövde), Pace: 50%

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      This instance has been cancelled, please contact admission@his.se for questions.

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      When? Where? How?

      Study period: 2 november 2020 - 17 january 2021
      Location: Skövde, Campus
      Pace of study: 50%

      Admission Requirements

      Prerequisite courses for this course are: Passed courses: [MA126G-Discrete Mathematics G1N or MA113G-Algebra and Logic G1N] and [IT141G-Programming Methodology G1N or IT120G-Programming Fundamentals with C++ G1N] (or the equivalent).

      Selection

      Guaranteed admission.

      Language

      The courses are conducted in English.

      Do you want to convince anyone that your computer algorithm is better than anyone else? Or do you want to avoid costly mistakes related to construction and maintenance of computer algorithms? If so, this course is tailor-cut for you. You study the theories that allow you to build up competitive algorithms with good characteristics and high efficiency, and you also get to learn some commonly used algorithms in the course. If you go to a programming-related position for job interviews in the future, you will find this course fairly useful.

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      Published: 3/13/2020
      Edited: 3/13/2020
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