Objectives of algorithms, Data Structure & Algorithms

After learning this, you will be able to:

  • understand the concept of algorithm;
  • understand mathematical foundation underlying the analysis of algorithm;
  • to understand several asymptotic notations, like theta notation, Big O notation and omega (big O, Θ, ? ) for analysis of algorithms;
  • understand several notations for describing the complexity of algorithm;
  • describe the complexity of several well known algorithms, and
  • Learn the technique to calculate time complexity of algorithm.
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