Charts are graphical representations of data used to visualize and understand large quantities of information. They can be created by hand or with a charting application, and are used in a variety of fields. Different types of charts are better suited for different types of data, such as bar charts for percentages and line charts for numbers that change over time.

University of Washington

Summer 2022

This course focuses on common data structures and algorithms. It integrates theoretical understanding with practical exercises, preparing students for software-related roles and industry technical interviews. Programming projects, unit testing, and source control techniques are emphasized.

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+ 27 more conceptsStanford University

Winter 2023

This course provides an in-depth exploration of algorithm analysis and design. It covers various sorting, searching, and selection algorithms, data structures, and fundamental graph algorithms. It emphasizes the understanding of worst and average case analysis, recurrences, and asymptotics.

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+ 30 more conceptsUC Berkeley

Fall 2022

CS 70 presents key ideas from discrete mathematics and probability theory with emphasis on their application in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. It addresses a variety of topics such as logic, induction, modular arithmetic, and probability. Sophomore mathematical maturity and programming experience equivalent to an Advanced Placement Computer Science A exam are prerequisites.

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+ 32 more conceptsStanford University

Winter 2023

This course helps transition from coding to problem-solving using computers. The course explores techniques, tools, and models for problem-solving across disciplines using C++. Prior programming experience is assumed.

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+ 33 more conceptsCarnegie Mellon University

Fall 2018

The course provides a rigorous introduction to the foundations of computer science, improving abstract thinking skills and preparing students to be innovators in the field. Topics include computation, computational complexity, and real-world applications of computational concepts. Prerequisites imply this is an intermediate-level course.

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+ 25 more conceptsPrinceton University

Spring 2023

This course surveys crucial algorithms and data structures used in modern computing, with emphasis on sorting, searching, graphs, and strings. It aims to develop implementations, understand their performance, and evaluate their effectiveness.

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+ 25 more conceptsStanford University

Winter 2023

CS 103 introduces mathematical logic, proofs, and discrete structures, paving the way to an understanding of computational problem-solving. It encourages a profound appreciation of mathematical beauty while addressing concepts like finite automata and regular expressions. CS106B is a prerequisite or corequisite. The course also incorporates programming assignments.

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