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CS 137

Real-World Algorithm Implementation

12 units (0-3-9)    |  third term
Prerequisites: CS 24.

This course introduces algorithms in the context of their usage in the real world. The course covers compression, semi-numerical algorithms, RSA cryptography, parsing, and string matching. The goal of the course is for students to see how to use theoretical algorithms in real-world contexts, focusing both on correctness and the nitty-gritty details and optimizations. Students will choose to implement projects based on depth in an area or breadth to cover all the topics.

Instructor: Blank

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