Introduction to Algorithms at NYCR

Introduction to Algorithms

What’re you doing Sunday evening? Nothing? Come down to NYC Resistor where starting this weekend we’ll be working through the Introduction to Algorithms course available through MIT’s OpenCourseWare project. What’s OpenCourseWare?

MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity.

We’ll start at 5pm and the lectures run about an hour and viagra and canadian a half. The time may shift a bit each week due to other classes happening at the space, but we’ll post it on the calendar well in advance. The class uses the text “Introduction to Algorithms” which you may want to pick up or borrow from a friend. We’ll try to scrounge up a couple copies to have on hand.

This event series is totally free to attend, but if you enjoy it please consider donating to the MIT OpenCourseWare project!

This week we’ll be watching Session 1: Introduction – Analysis of Algorithms, Insertion Sort, Mergesort

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2 thoughts on “Introduction to Algorithms at NYCR

  1. dad says:

    Wow, I forgot how expensive college text books are. There is a 3rd edition of the book as well.

    1. Kellbot says:

      Yeah, thankfully the Resistors who went through CS programs already have copies, and have volunteered to bring them in to borrow.

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