CMPUT 403 - Algorithmics in Competitive Programming

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Faculty of Science

This course is focused on algorithmic problems that can be solved within at most several hours by well-prepared people, where a solution involves properly understanding a written description, designing an efficient algorithm to solve the problem, and then correctly implementing the solution. Students will use algorithms, data structures, and mathematical reasoning to solve problems. Lectures are shared with CMPUT 303. CMPUT 403 covers additional material relevant to advanced programming contests. Credit cannot be obtained for both CMPUT 303 and CMPUT 403. Prerequisites: One of CMPUT 201 or CMPUT 275, CMPUT 204, and any 300-level Computing Science course, or consent of the instructor.

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