Easy to Advanced Data Structures
Data structures are essential for creating efficient algorithms and are an integral part of software design. In this Diploma in Data Structures, you will learn how to create and design data structures step-by-step. It covers an in-depth overview of the different algorithms associated with data structures, explaining how they are represented visually.
The course is designed in such a way that complete beginners can understand, with every data structure accompanied by a working source code. It also includes practical coding exercises and algorithmic programming techniques to provide you with real-world working knowledge of data structures that will drive your career forward.
This course is ideal for anyone pursuing a career in data science or software engineering. Get certified online with new skills and learn up-to-date techniques from the experts!
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- Eligibility for an IAO & CPD-accredited certificate on successful completion of Diploma in Data Structures
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The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
- Video lessons
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Certificate of Achievement
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After successfully completing the course, learners will be able to order an endorsed certificate as proof of their new achievement. Endorsed certificates can be ordered and get delivered to your home by post for only £119. There is an additional £10 postage charge for international students.
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After successfully completing the MCQ assessment of this course, you will qualify for the CPD Certificate from One Education, as proof of your continued professional development. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.
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Method of Assessment
To assess your learning, you have to complete the assignment questions provided at the end of the course. You have to score at least 60% to pass the exam and to qualify for Quality Licence Scheme endorsed and CPD accredited certificates.
After submitting the assignment, our expert tutor will assess your assignment and will give you feedback on your performance.
After passing the assignment exam, you will be able to apply for a certificate.
Why study this course
Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and certificates attesting to your knowledge.
The Diploma in Data Structures is open to all, with no formal entry requirements. All you need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of the English language, numeracy and IT, and to be over the age of 16.
|Unit 01: Introduction|
|Module 01: Promo Video||00:02:00|
|Module 02: Data Structure Introduction||00:05:00|
|Module 03: Computational Complexity Analysis||00:13:00|
|Unit 02: Arrays|
|Module 01: Static and Dynamic Arrays||00:12:00|
|Module 02: Dynamic Arrays Source Code||00:07:00|
|Unit 03: Linked List|
|Module 01: Singly and Doubly Linked Lists||00:15:00|
|Module 02: Doubly Linked Lists Source Code||00:10:00|
|Unit 04: Stack|
|Module 01: Stack||00:12:00|
|Module 02: Stack Implementation||00:04:00|
|Unit 05: Queues|
|Module 01: Queues (Part-1)||00:06:00|
|Module 02: Queues (Part-2)||00:06:00|
|Module 03: Queue Source Code||00:04:00|
|Unit 06: Priority Queues (PQs)|
|Module 01: Priority Queues (PQs) with an interlude on heaps||00:13:00|
|Module 02: Turning Min PQ into Max PQ||00:06:00|
|Module 03: Adding Elements to Binary Heap||00:10:00|
|Module 04: Removing Elements from Binary Heap||00:14:00|
|Module 05: Priority Queue Binary Heap Source Code||00:16:00|
|Unit 07: Union Find|
|Module 01: Disjoint Set||00:06:00|
|Module 02: Kruskal’s Algorithm||00:06:00|
|Module 03: Union and Find Operations||00:11:00|
|Module 04: Path Compression Union Find||00:07:00|
|Module 05: Union Find Source Code||00:08:00|
|Unit 08: Binary Search Trees|
|Module 01: Binary Trees and Binary Search Trees (BST)||00:13:00|
|Module 02: Inserting Element into a Binary Search Tree (BST)||00:06:00|
|Module 03: Removing Element from a Binary Search Tree (BST)||00:14:00|
|Module 04: Tree Traversals||00:12:00|
|Module 05: Binary Search Source Code||00:13:00|
|Unit 09: Fenwick Tree|
|Module 01: Fenwick Tree Construction||00:06:00|
|Module 02: Point Updates||00:06:00|
|Module 03: Binary Indexed Tree||00:14:00|
|Module 04: Fenwick Tree Source Code||00:06:00|
|Unit 10: Hash Tables|
|Module 01: Hash Table||00:17:00|
|Module 02: Separate Chaining||00:08:00|
|Module 03: Separate Chaining Source Code||00:12:00|
|Module 04: Open Addressing||00:11:00|
|Module 05: Linear Probing||00:14:00|
|Module 06: Quadratic Probing||00:09:00|
|Module 07: Double Hashing||00:15:00|
|Module 08: Removing Element Open Addressing||00:08:00|
|Module 09: Open Addressing Code||00:15:00|
|Unit 11: Suffix Array|
|Module 01: Introduction||00:03:00|
|Module 02: The Longest Common Prefix (LCP) Array||00:03:00|
|Module 03: Using SA/LCP Array to Find Unique Substrings||00:05:00|
|Module 04: Longest Common Substring (LCS)||00:11:00|
|Module 05: Longest Common Substring (LCS) Full Example||00:07:00|
|Module 06: Longest Repeated Substring (LRS)||00:05:00|
|Unit 12: AVL Trees|
|Module 01: Balanced Binary Search Trees (BBSTs)||00:09:00|
|Module 02: Inserting Elements into an AVL Tree||00:10:00|
|Module 03: Removing an AVL Tree||00:09:00|
|Module 04: AVL Tree Source Code||00:17:00|
|Unit 13: Indexed Priority Queue|
|Module 01: Indexed Priority Queue (Part-1)||00:25:00|
|Module 02: Indexed Priority Queue Source Code||00:09:00|
|Unit 14: Sparse Tables|
|Module 01: Sparse Table||00:26:00|
|Module 02: Sparse Table Source Code||00:07:00|
|Assignment – Easy to Advanced Data Structures||3 weeks|
|Order Your Certificate|
|Order Your Certificate QLS||00:00:00|