Course Description

The course "Advanced Data Structure" is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the most commonly used data structures in computer science. The course covers a wide range of advanced topics in data structures, including graph algorithms, balanced trees, hash tables, and priority queues. Students will learn how to analyze the performance and efficiency of these data structures, and how to select the appropriate data structure for a given problem. The course begins with a review of basic data structures, such as arrays, linked lists, and stacks, and then progresses to more complex topics. Students will learn how to implement algorithms for sorting and searching data, including quicksort, mergesort, and binary search. In addition, the course covers advanced techniques for manipulating trees, such as AVL trees and red-black trees. Students will learn how to design and implement hash tables, which are essential for fast search and retrieval of large data sets. The course also covers graph algorithms, which are used to model relationships between data. Students will learn how to implement algorithms for traversing and searching graphs, as well as for finding shortest paths and minimum spanning trees. Throughout the course, students will gain practical experience by working on programming assignments and projects. They will learn how to write efficient code, debug and test their programs, and analyze their performance using tools such as profilers and debuggers. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the most commonly used data structures and algorithms in computer science. They will be well-equipped to tackle complex programming problems, and will have the skills they need to design and implement efficient, scalable software systems. In summary, "Advanced Data Structure" is a challenging and rewarding course that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the most advanced data structures used in computer science. This course is ideal for students who are interested in pursuing a career in software development or data analysis, as well as for those who want to deepen their understanding of computer science concepts. Author: Uzair Javed Akhtar