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- Evaluate algorithms and data structures in terms of time and memory complexity of basic operations
- Define basic static and dynamic data structures and relevant standard algorithms for them: stack, queue, dynamically linked lists, trees, graphs, heap, priority queue, hash tables, sorting algorithms, min-max algorithm
- Determine and demonstrate bugs in program, recognize needed basic operations with data structures
- Formulate new solutions for programming problems or improve existing code using learned algorithms and data structures

- Evaluate algorithms and data structures in terms of time and memory complexity of basic operations
- Define basic static and dynamic data structures and relevant standard algorithms for them: stack, queue, dynamically linked lists, trees, graphs, heap, priority queue, hash tables, sorting algorithms, min-max algorithm
- Determine and demonstrate bugs in program, recognize needed basic operations with data structures
- Formulate new solutions for programming problems or improve existing code using learned algorithms and data structures

**Module I: Problem Solving Analysis (6 hrs)**Define the problem, Identify the problem, Introduction to Problem Solving, Problem solving basics, Defining creativity v/s innovation**Find Creative Solutions using creativity tools**Effective problem solving approaches , Critical thinking and information analysis , Brainstorming, Reverse Brainstorming, Imagineering, Mind Mapping, Six Thinking Hats: A Tool to Strengthen Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Communication, and Creativity Skills , Analyzing the situation, Gathering information, Identifying solution criteria , Decision Making Methods , Charts and Diagrams , Applying outcome-based thinking

**Evaluate and Select solution**Pro‟s and Con‟s, Force field analysis, Feasibility/Capability Analysis, Decision analysis, evaluating problems , Choosing among alternatives , Qualitative analysis, discussing qualitative analysis techniques , Establishing objectives , Assigning weight to objectives in order to make the best decision , Creating a satisfaction scale to choose between alternatives

**Implementing Decisions**Create an action plan, Break solution into action steps, Prioritize actions and assign roles (setting priorities for taking action) ,Follow-up at milestones

**Programs:**- Problem solving (Control structures, Arrays) using Raptor Tool.

**Module II: Array & Stack (9 hrs)**Analysis of different Algorithms, Asymptotic analysis, Algorithm analysis, Complexity Analysis, Application of Data structures

Basic Data Structures, Arrays, Stacks and its applications (Recursion, Infix to Postfix Conversion and Postfix Evolution

**Programs:**- Write a program to perform the following menu driven program on the input array.
- Insertion
- Deletion
- Searching
- Sorting
- Merging
- Display
- Exit
- Write a program to perform the following menu driven program on the STACK.
- Push
- Pop
- Display
- Exit

**Module III: Queue & Linked List (9 hrs)**Queues, Priority Queues, Dequees.

Linked lists: Single Linked List and Operations on Single Linked List (Creation Insertion , Deletion , Sorting and Reverse ).

**Programs:**- Write a program to perform the following menu driven program on the Queue.
- Insertion
- Deletion
- Display
- Exit
- Write a program to create a single linked list performs the following menu driven program.
- Insertion at front
- Insertion at end
- Insertion at particular position
- Deletion at front
- Deletion at end
- Deletion at particular position
- Display

**Module IV: Stack & Queue Using Linked List (8 hrs)**Circular linked list and Double linked list, Stack implementation using Linked List and Queue implementation using Linked List

**Programs:**- Write a program to create a Double linked list performs the following menu driven program.
- Insertion at front
- Insertion at end
- Insertion at particular position
- Deletion at front
- Deletion at end
- Deletion at particular position
- Display
- Write a program to create a circular linked list and display it.
- Write a program to implement Stack Using Linked List.
- Write a program to implement Queue Using Linked List.

**Module V: Trees (10 hrs)**Trees and hierarchical orders ,Introduction to trees , Abstract trees , Tree traversals , Forests , Ordered trees , Binary trees , Perfect binary trees , Complete binary trees , Search trees , Binary search trees , AVL trees

**Programs:**- Write a program to create Binary tree and display it.
- Write a program to create a BST and display it.
- Write a program to print all pairs from two BSTs whose sum is greater than the given value.
- Write a program to remove duplicate entries from the BST.
- Write a program to create a AVL tree and display it.

**Module VI: Searching & Sorting (8 hrs)**Searching & Sorting algorithms , Objectives of Searching , The Sequential Search , Analysis of Sequential Search , The Binary Search , Analysis of Binary Search , Introduction to sorting , Insertion sort , Bubble sort , Heap sort ,Merge sort ,Quick sort

**Programs:**- Write a program to perform linear and binary search.
- Write a program to perform selection sort, Bubble sort and Insertion sort.
- Write a program to perform merge and quick sort.
- Write a program to perform Heap sort.

**Module VII: Hashing (8 hrs)**Hash functions and hash tables ,Hashing& Introduction to hash tables ,Hash functions , Mapping down to 0 ... M – 1 , Chained hash tables , Scatter tables , Open addressing , Linear probing , Quadratic probing , Double hashing, Poisson distribution , Collision Resolution

Graph Terminology and Traversals.

**Programs:**- Write a program to perform Linear Probing.
- Write a program to perform Double Hashing

*Text Books:*- Data Structures, Algorithms and Applications in C++, Sartaj Sahani, 2nd Edition.
- Data Structures and Algorithms in C++, Michael T.Goodrich, R, Tamassia and D.Mount, wiley Student Edition, 7th edition, John Wiley and Sons.

*Reference Books:*- Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis in C++ by Mark Allen Weiss.
- Data Structures and Algorithms in C++, 3rd edition, Adam Drozdek, Cengage Learning.

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A.Avinash working as Assistant Professor, Dept of CSE, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Andhra Pradesh . Interested to work on Machine learning,Natural Language Processing,Problem Solving Methodologies , and ChatBot. Programming Skill: C Programming Data Structure Object Oriented Programming using C++ Formal Language Automata Theory Python Web Development(HTML,CSS,PHP) Database Management Systems Compilers

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