Algorithms and Complexity (COMP2007)


This unit provides an introduction to the design and analysis of algorithms. The main aims are (i) to learn how to develop algorithmic solutions to computational problem and (ii) to develop understanding of algorithm efficiency and the notion of computational hardness.

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(Lec 2hrs & Prac 2hrs) per week


Through semester assessment (40%), Final Exam (60%).

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

INFO1105 OR INFO1905.

Assumed knowledge: MATH1004


COMP3309, COMP3609, COMP3811, COMP3111, COMP2907

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