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COMP90038 Lecture Notes

Very detailed notes on every lecture taught. All important diagrams and charts explained clearly alo...

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COMP90038 Summary

Detailed summary on all the algorithms assessed throughout the course. Summary includes pseudocode,...

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MS-DS (Data Science), University of Melbourne (2019- ) Subject marks: Methods of Mathematical S...


Wonderful subject. Perfect level of challenge and so interesting - the assignments could get really difficult but in a cool way. Toby is an excellent lecturer and my tutor was great as well. This is a very high level subject so you won't be doing any actual programming but it's just as fun.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Pretty interesting subject, although I'm surprised it doesn't have some sort of Calculus prerequisite. There were a few admin hiccups this semester (during Covid-19), but overall a well taught subject

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Incredibly useful subject to teach the basics of Algorithms. A solid understanding of Mathematics is crucial to getting a good mark in this subject!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

The subject is really handy for your future. But they covered many topics which may be very challenging if you don't have Math or CS background. In our semester (2017-1) mid-semester exam timing was the issue. So I recommend learning not only to solve the problem but also to do it fast. If you are very good at algorithms, you might find it enjoyable subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Its a very good subject to have grasp on. You can enter any giants like microsoft , facebook to secure a job based on on this subject. Even google ask a lot of question related to sorting technique which is taught in this subject. It is considered as a core subject to develop fundamentals for programming, research and IT.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015