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- Understanding the importance of algorithms in computer science
- Exploring algorithm analysis and complexity
- Comparing and contrasting different algorithm design techniques

- Analyzing the time and space complexity of algorithms
- Understanding asymptotic notation (big O, big Omega, big Theta)
- Evaluating the efficiency and performance of algorithms

- Implementing linear search and binary search algorithms
- Analyzing their time complexity and performance characteristics
- Exploring variations of searching algorithms (interpolation search, exponential search)

- Implementing and analyzing various sorting algorithms (e.g., bubble sort, selection sort, insertion sort, merge sort, quicksort, heapsort)
- Understanding their time complexity and stability
- Exploring advanced sorting algorithms (e.g., radix sort, bucket sort)

- Understanding the divide-and-conquer algorithm design paradigm
- Implementing algorithms using divide-and-conquer techniques
- Analyzing their time complexity and performance characteristics

- Understanding the greedy algorithm design paradigm
- Implementing greedy algorithms for various problems (e.g., coin change, interval scheduling, Dijkstra’s algorithm)
- Analyzing the optimality and efficiency of greedy algorithms

- Understanding the dynamic programming algorithm design paradigm
- Implementing dynamic programming algorithms for solving optimization problems (e.g., knapsack problem, matrix chain multiplication)
- Analyzing their time complexity and efficiency

- Exploring graph traversal algorithms (breadth-first search, depth-first search)
- Implementing graph algorithms for common problems (e.g., shortest path, minimum spanning tree, topological sorting)
- Analyzing the time complexity and efficiency of graph algorithms

- Understanding backtracking and recursion as algorithmic techniques
- Implementing backtracking algorithms (e.g., N-queens problem, Sudoku solver)
- Analyzing the time complexity and efficiency of backtracking algorithms

- Implementing string searching algorithms (e.g., brute force, Knuth-Morris-Pratt, Boyer-Moore)
- Exploring string matching algorithms (e.g., Rabin-Karp, Aho-Corasick)
- Analyzing the time complexity and efficiency of string algorithms

- Exploring advanced algorithmic topics like approximation algorithms, randomized algorithms, and network flow algorithms
- Understanding the applications and use cases for approximation algorithms, randomized algorithms and network flow algorithms
- Analyzing the time complexity and efficiency of advanced algorithms

- Understanding various algorithm design techniques (e.g., divide and conquer, dynamic programming, greedy, backtracking)
- Analyzing when to apply each technique based on problem characteristics
- Solving real-world problems using appropriate algorithm design techniques

- Understanding algorithms for solving geometric problems
- Implementing algorithms for geometric computations (e.g., convex hull, line intersections)
- Analyzing the time complexity and efficiency of computational geometry algorithms

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