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Data Structures and Order Complexity

Niklaus Wirth, famous Swiss computer scientist, father of Pascal, and winner of the Turing award, has named one of his books after the answer to the question "why are data structures so important", which is "Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs".

Wirth's law: "Software is getting slower more rapidly than hardware becomes faster." (Attributed to Martin Reiser.)

Pieter Rautenbach will present.

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