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Course Description

Title of Course: Advanced Data Structures L-T Scheme: 3-0 Course Code: 10M11CI111 Course Credit: 3

Prerequisite: Students must have already registered for the course, Data Structure (10B11CI211). Objectives: The objective of this course is to develop problem solving ability using programming, develop ability to express solutions to problems clearly and precisely, develop ability to design and analyze algorithms, introduce with fundamental data structures, develop ability to design and evaluate Abstract Data Types and data structures. Learning Outcomes: The students shall acquire the generic skills to design and implement data structures and related algorithms for a broad-based set of computing problems with less complexity and less memory requirements. Course Contents: Amortized complexity Introduction to external sorting Dictionaries, Selection trees & k-way merging. Buffering, Run generation, Optimal merging of runs Leftist trees, Binomial heaps, Fibonacci heaps, Pairing heaps Double-ended priority queues, General methods, Interval heaps Optimal binary search trees, AVL trees, Red-black trees, Splay trees B-Trees, B+ and B* trees Binary tries, Compressed Binary Tries High-order Tries, Suffix trees, Tries and Packet forwarding Bloom Filters Segment Trees, Interval Trees, Priority Search trees

Teaching Methodology: Lectures would be interactive and it would cover the core concepts that are explained in the text and reference materials with adequate examples. Tutorials will have conceptual and numerical questions that would aid in strengthening the data structures /Advance data structure principles.Try to reduce the complexity of existing /new algorithm which can be use in real world. Evaluation Scheme: Test-1 Test-2 Test-3 Subject Seminar Quiz Assignment Attendance Total References
[1] Sartaj Sahni, Advanced Data Structures, 2nd Edition, University Press, 2010. [2] Brass, Peter, Advanced Data Structures, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2008. [3] Sartaj Sahni, Data Structures, Algorithms and applications in C++, 2nd Edition,

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University Press, 2008.


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Algorithms, McGraw-Hill, 2002. [19] Fundamentals of data structures in C++, by E. Horowitz, S. Sahni, and D. Mehta, Second Edition, Silicon Press, 2007.