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Design and Analysis of Algorithms (CS 161) is a computer science course offered in the fall and winter. Lectures are held Tuesday-Thursday 1:15-2:30 pm in building 370, Room 370, and there are no weekly sections.

Credit and prerequisitesEdit

The course is offered for 3-4 units and satisfies an engineering GER. CS 161 is a prerequisite for many advanced computer science courses and is required for to major in CS.

CS 103 and STATS 116 are both prerequisites. The official web site says about prerequisites: "If you have not taken Stat 116 or its equivalent, you should expect to do some independent reading during the course on topics including discrete probability, random variables, expectation, and basic combinatorics."

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