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Goldman and Kenneth J. Goldman Washington University in St. Louis Course Lectures The lectures are provided in two formats: video and pdf. These lectures can be used in several ways: as ideas for course instructors as reinforcement or review for students as optional enrichment for students on topics not covered in class as student preparation for active learning class sessions, so time in class is more engaging Lecture 1: Introduction Course Introduction (7:54) [lecture notes] We describe the goals of this course. Motivating asymptotic complexity (37:48) [lecture notes] We use the problem of finding the closest-pair of points in the plane to help motivate the standard asymptotic time complexity analysis that is used by computer scientists. Introduction of the closest-pair problem (15:39) [lecture notes] Analysis of the brute force closest-pair algorithm (6:35) [lecture notes] Lecture 2: Divide-and-Conquer Algorithms.