I liked the fact that the algorithms are not just the introductory searching and sorting algorithms. The assignments are fairly difficult (I have decent scripting experience), but not impossibly so.
good course, I like the fact you can use a lot of languages for you programming exercises, the content is really helpful, I would like to have more indications from the grading system to save time.
автор: Mayank M•
NEED TO IN MORE DEPTH AND MORE TOPICS NEED TO BE COVERED.
автор: Krikchai P•
subtitle does not match with audio.
автор: Kuldeep G•
I think that video lectures can be made more detailed.
автор: Alakesh B•
Weeks 5 and 6 were a nightmare. Very poorly taught.
автор: Rishi V R•
More clear explanation with examples are needed
автор: Jayakumari M•
Few videos in week 6 are not loading properly.
автор: siddhartha b•
I learned a lot with the help of this course.
автор: Sanatan S•
An okay course, a bit less implementative.
автор: GUDLA M S 1•
the teachers were good and explaining well
автор: Erickson N R I•
I didn't get anything after the 2nd week
автор: Apurv A S•
The assignment questions were very tough
автор: HARSH S G•
Can be made a bit easy to understand.
автор: Sawan P•
Video Explaination should be improved
автор: Jitendra S•
Need to more practise question
автор: Bijoy D•
explanations are not so good
автор: Nicolas E•
A little light on the theory
автор: Aryan V•
subtitle donot work on pc
автор: Alan Z•
Not well designed course
автор: harshit s•
not good for begineers
автор: Ashwin M•
Advanced for beginners
kind of difficult
автор: Liangqu C•
Feel not great
автор: Yi L•
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автор: Zhongyu K•
Even though this course covers a lot fundamentals for introduction to algorithm, the course itself is not designed as good as I expected. For starters, the weekly problem designs aren't very good. Some problem statements are ambiguous and not very clear unless you read more than one time or take a closer look at the examples. Often, the input format/arguments are designed to take redundant info. Some problem even has more than one possible correct outputs, which is just confusing for learning purpose.
In terms of lecture videos, it's good that there are some classic algorithm problems being demonstrated in the video, however the linkage between how to express a problem in mathematical languages is poorly explained. For example, in the lecture of edit distance, the realization of the matrix was not well explained at all. I personally appreciate a lot of the thorough proving steps introduced in the lectures, however I personally think the proofs are often not well explained to the audience (I also understand that it's more difficult to explain proving steps). Considering the large variety of audience, I would recommend the instructors separate the comprehensive more in-depth knowledge into optional videos, in this way the audiences could decide if they want to spend time in optional videos or not based on their own needs, meanwhile the instructors could spend a little bit more time to explain the difficult concepts better. Overall, I know that talking and analyzing algorithms can be kinda of boring and challenging, but I wish the course videos could be stated in a more interesting and intriguing way.