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CSCI 230 HW#4
Collaboration policy: Individual Assignment
Total Points: 200
Source Code
The Java interfaces and classes provided in the zip file attached to this Dropbox assignment
are:
• Stack.java (interface)
• Queue.java (interface)
• ConstantTimeStack.java (class)
• SemiConstantTimeQueue.java (class)
Furthermore, in this coding assignment the same List interface (provided in HW#2) will
be used. Under no circumstances are you allowed to modify or create a new List, Stack,
Queue interface or a new Node class. You must use these files as is.
You may only modify the ConstantTimeStack and SemiConstantTimeQueue class. In
particular, in both classes you may only modify the methods listed in Part 1 and 2, and
under no circumstances are you allowed to remove, add, or modify any other line of code in
this class (this include instance variables, class variables, constants, etc.).
Additionally, you will reuse the ArrayList and SinglyLinkedList classes developed in
homework assignments two and three. You may use the coding solutions provided by the
instructor (on OAKS) without penalty.
Lastly, you may not change the package structure! Specifically, edu.cofc.csci230 cannot
be removed or modified. If a solution is submitted with a different package structure, it will
not be graded, no exceptions.
Part 1
In the ConstantTimeStack class please fully implement the stack interface methods listed
below:
• public void push( AnyType t );
• public AnyType pop() throws EmptyStackException;
• public AnyType peek() throws EmptyStackException;
In each method you will see a TODO comment – this is where you add your code. Please
ensure a constant time O(1) coding solution is provided for each method listed above. In the
provided source code, numerous comments are given; please ensure you read them
carefully.
Part 2
In the SemiConstantTimeQueue class please fully implement the queue interface methods
listed below:
• public void add( AnyType t ) throws NullPointerException;
• public AnyType remove() throws NoSuchElementException;
• public AnyType peek();
In each method you will see a TODO comment – this is where you add your code. Please
ensure a constant time O(1) coding solution is provided for the add and peek methods, and
a linear time O(n) coding solution is provided for the remove method. In the provided
source code, numerous comments are given; please ensure you read them carefully.
Part 3
The provided ConstantTimeStack and SemiConstantTimeQueue classes both have main
methods. In the main please add test cases that demonstrate that you have fully evaluated
the operational correctness of the methods you implemented in Part 1 and 2. To receive full
credit, these test cases must be included.
Submission
Create a zip file that only includes the completed ConstantTimeStack.java and
SemiConstantTimeQueue.java files. If you have any questions about the submission
policy, you must resolve before the due date. Lastly, please plan appropriately, asking
questions the day the assignment is due (within 12 hours) is too late. Please try to resolve
any questions at least 2 days before the due date.
The name of the zip file must be your last name. For example, ritchie.zip would be correct if
the original co-developer of UNIX (Dennis Ritchie) submitted the assignment. Only
assignments submitted in the correct format will be accepted (no exceptions).
Please submit the zip file (via OAKS) to the Dropbox setup for this assignment by the due
date. You may resubmit the zip file as many times as you like, Dropbox will only keep the
newest submission.
Per the syllabus, late assignments will not be accepted – no exceptions. Please do not email
Hassam or I your assignment after the due date, we will not accept it.
Grading Rubric
ConstantTimeStack Compiles 10 points
ConstantTimeStack meets time complexity
requirements
15 points
Thoroughness of your test cases 5 points
Instructor test cases (7 cases 10 points each) 70 points
100 points
SemiConstantTimeQueue Compiles 10 points
SemiConstantTimeQueue meets time
complexity requirements
15 points
Thoroughness of your test cases 5 points
Instructor test cases (7 cases 10 points each) 70 points
100 points
In particular, each data structure will be graded as follows. If the submitted solution
• Does not compile: 0 of 100 points
• Compiles but does not run: 10 of 100 points
• Compiles, runs, and meets time complexity requirements: 25 of 100 points
• Thoroughness of your test cases: 30 of 100 points
• Passes all 7 test cases developed by instructor: 100 of 100 points.

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