CSE 2011 - Fundamentals of Data Structures
Winter 2013 - Section Z
Department of Computer
Science and Engineering, York University (Toronto,
Tuesday and Thursday, 13:00-14:30, in LSB-106
CSE1030 with a grade of C+ or better, and CSE1019 3.0.
U. T. Nguyen
Office: LAS 2024 (Computer Science & Engineering Building)
Phone: (416) 736-2100 ext. 33274
Email: utn @ cse . yorku . ca
Home page: www.cse.yorku.ca/~utn
- Last office hour of the course: May 2, 11:00-12:00 (to view exam papers)
- Friday, April 11 and Monday, April 15: 15:00-16:00
- Tuesday, 14:30-15:00
- Thursday, 11:00-12:00 and 14:30-15:00
- By appointment in special cases
- Reading week: Feb. 22, 14:00-15:00
TA office hour: Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 (until the exam date)
TA office: LAS 2013 (Computer Science & Engineering Building)
TA email: alireza @ cse . yorku . ca
Data Structures and Algorithms in Java (5th edition)
by Michael T. Goodrich and Roberto Tamassia
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2010)
- 15% - 4 to 5 assignments
- 30% - Midterm test
- 55% - Final exam
Test and Exam Policy
- You are allowed to miss a test/exam only under extraordinary circumstances.
- If the reason is sickness, your doctor must fill in the
Attending Physician's Statement
form. Only this form, completely and properly filled, will be accepted.
- There is NO make up test. The weight of a missed test will be transferred to the final exam.
- In this course, all assignments, test and exam are individual work. Plagiarism and cheating are not
Academic Honesty Guidelines
"Academic honesty is essentially giving credit where credit is due. And not misrepresenting what you have done
and what work you have produced. When a piece of work is submitted by a student it is expected that all
unquoted and uncited ideas and text are original to the student. Uncited and unquoted text, diagrams, etc.,
which are not original to the student, and which the student presents as their own work is considered
- Department of Computer Science and
Engineering Academic Honesty Guidelines
For more information about Academic Honesty Guidelines, check the above link.
- When sending emails to the instructor or TAs, please indicate "CSE 2011" in the subject line (e.g., "CSE
2011 - Lecture notes unreadable"), or they may be deleted by mistake as spam. Include your name and student ID
in the email.
- For questions related to course materials, it is best to
ask during lectures or office hours. Email is not a good way to explain course materials.
- Read the lecture notes and textbook before and again right after each lecture. Work on suggested
homework problems to reinforce your understanding of the lecture materials.
January 8: First lecture of CSE2011
February 16-22: Reading week
February 26: Midterm test
March 15: Last date to drop winter courses without receiving a grade
April 4: Last lecture of CSE2011
April 8: Last day of class of the winter term
April 17: CSE 2011 final exam (9:00-12:00, in LAS-B)
April 10-26: Winter exams