CS 61B: Data Structures

Course Description

CS 61B: Data Structures - Fall 2006. Fundamental dynamic data structures, including linear lists, queues, trees, and other linked structures; arrays strings, and hash tables. Storage management. Elementary principles of software engineering. Abstract data types. Algorithms for sorting and searching. Introduction to the Java programming language.

CS 61B: Data Structures
 Prof. Jonathan Shewchuk discusses sorting techniques in lecture 30: "Sorting II"
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Course Overview (37:36) Play Video
2 Using Objects (50:21) Play Video
3 Defining Classes (51:23) Play Video
4 Types and Conditionals (51:26) Play Video
5 Iteration and Arrays I (49:21) Play Video
6 Iteration and Arrays II (48:09) Play Video
7 Linked Lists I (52:03) Play Video
8 Linked Lists II (43:52) Play Video
9 Stack Frames (53:10) Play Video
10 Testing (48:19) Play Video
11 Inheritances (50:07) Play Video
12 Abstract Classes (51:10) Play Video
13 Java Packages (46:36) Play Video
14 Exceptions (39:50) Play Video
15 More Java (43:49) Play Video
16 Game Trees (50:41) Play Video
17 Encapsulation (49:25) Play Video
18 Encapsulated Lists (43:25) Play Video
19 Asymptotic Analysis (48:51) Play Video
20 Algorithm Analysis (44:16) Play Video
21 Hash Tables (52:36) Play Video
22 Stacks and Queues (51:33) Play Video
23 Trees and Traversals (54:38) Play Video
24 Priority Queues (57:02) Play Video
25 Binary Search Trees (47:08) Play Video
26 Balanced Search Trees (49:18) Play Video
27 Graphs (50:08) Play Video
28 Weighted Graphs (49:28) Play Video
29 Sorting I (43:10) Play Video
30 Sorting II (48:11) Play Video
31 Disjoint Sets (50:12) Play Video
32 Sorting III (47:52) Play Video
33 Sorting V (54:20) Play Video
34 Splay Trees (46:07) Play Video
35 Amortized Analysis (46:27) Play Video
36 Randomized Analysis (57:37) Play Video
37 Expression Parsing (40:43) Play Video
38 Garbage Collection (43:28) Play Video
39 Augmenting Data Structures (47:04) Play Video

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MD ZUNAID wrote 3 years ago.
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MD ZUNAID wrote 3 years ago.
ALL LECTURE IS USEFUL FOR THOSE STUDENT THAT NOT GONE TO
GOOD COLLEGE AND STUDY AS DISTANT EDUCATION THANKS FOR IT


sai kumar wrote 3 years ago.
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going on.. all the best


vyoma wrote 4 years ago.
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