All exams will be closed-book and closed-notes. In the case of a verifiable medical excuse or other such dire circumstance, arrangements must be made with your instructor immediately for a makeup exam. You are responsible for initiating these arrangements.
Study guides are provided to assist you in preparation for the exams. They cover the major topics covered during lectures and labs.
Although some study guide questions may appear on exams, not all exam questions are taken from the guides. Additionally, the format of the questions on the exams may be different from those on the study guides.
Excersises from the textbook are also a good source of review material.
Exams 1 and 2 will be held in your regular classroom, during your regular class time. You must take the exam for the section in which you are enrolled. The final exam MAY BE given in your regular class during the final exam period specified for your section. There may be a common final. Check with your instructor.
|Math and Asymptotic Anaylyis||Chapter 2||docx pdf|
|Lists||Section 3.1 — 3.5||docx pdf|
|Stacks and Queues||Sections 3.6 — 3.7||docx pdf|
|General Trees||Sections 4.1 — 4.2||docx pdf|
|Binary Search Trees||Section 4.3||docx pdf|
|Splay Trees||Section 4.5||docx pdf|
|Red Black Trees||Section 12.2||docx pdf|
|K-d Trees||Section 12.6||docx pdf|
|Heaps / Priority Queues||Sections 6.1 — 6. 4 and 6.6||docx pdf|
|B-Trees||Section 4.7||docx pdf|
|Treaps||Section 12.5||docx pdf|
|Probablistic Skiplists||None||docx pdf|
|Hashing||Sections 5.1 — 5.4||docx pdf|
|Disjoint Sets||Chapter 8||docx pdf|
|Graphs||Sections 9.1 — 9.3||docx pdf|
*Not all topics are covered this semester. Consult the course schedule.