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About the Course

The primary topics in this part of the specialization are: data structures (heaps, balanced search trees, hash tables, bloom filters), graph primitives (applications of breadth-first and depth-first search, connectivity, shortest paths), and their applications (ranging from deduplication to social network analysis)....

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DS
Mar 29, 2020

Awesome course! Professor Roughgarden is fantastic. The material was appropriately challenging. Perfect amount of rigor. Only one minor squabble: the hash problem set is terribly misleading.

TG
Nov 30, 2019

It was an awesome experience to learn from such a teacher. Now I have a much clear view of the graph algorithms. I have enjoyed this course. Thanks to Stanford for offering this course.

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By Rakshit G

Dec 17, 2016

Good learning

By Christophe K

Dec 29, 2020

good

By Sudhanshu B

Mar 4, 2020

I feel it is an ok course, however the assignments can be made better. The assignments in Alogorithms offered by princeton are more interesting and meaningful.

By Michael B

Aug 7, 2017

Some of the problem sets were a little fiddly. Especially the last one, which was crushingly terrible if you tried to actual use the solution he told you to.

By Joern K

Aug 30, 2018

Sometimes badly synchronized, there are also mistakes in the videos which haven't been corrected.

By Nadanai L

Mar 30, 2019

Wonderful material but some issues with programming assignments which need updating

By Tianyi Z

Jul 16, 2018

The first programming assignment is just too bad.

By Prasanna M R

Apr 5, 2017

good in depth knowedge.

By Aditya A

Jul 29, 2020

the audio is not in sync with the video.