Course pages 2017–18
Algorithms
The algorithms course is an introductory course in algorithms. It is 24 lectures, given by Robert Harle (lectures 110) and Damon Wischik (1124).
Notes
 Lectures 1–10
For the first 10 lectures, the printed notes are an edited version of notes produced by Professor Frank Stajano (who developed the course but is on sabbatical this year). Studying from either the edited or original (or both!) is fine for this course.  Lectures 11–18
Notes as printed [pdf]
Sample code [ipynb]
11–14: routing. 15–16: trees and DAGs. 18–20: flows and matchings.  Lectures 20–24
Notes as printed [pdf]
17: binomial heap. 20: amortized analysis. 21–22: Fibonacci heap. 23: disjoint sets. 24: geometric algorithms.
Examples Sheet
 Example sheet for lectures 1–10.
Sheet updated 31/01 to include section on algorithm design at end  Example sheet 5 [pdf] for lectures 11–14
 Example sheet 6 [pdf] for lectures 15–20
 Example sheet 7/8 [pdf] for lectures 17 & 20–23
 Example sheet 8 [pdf] for lecture 24
Moodle
Further resources including annotated slides and help forum may be found on the course Moodle page.
Corrections
When  Where  What 

20180302  Section 5.8 page 23  The theorem should state "Suppose we have a forest f and a cut C such that (i) C contains no edges of f, and (ii) there exists a MST containing f. If we add to f the minweight edge in C, then the result is still part of a MST." (This is a more general result than the version in the printed handout. This version is needed for the proof that Kruskal's algorithm is correct.) 
20180211  Section 5.10 page 27  The description of flame chart should read "if function f calls function g then g is drawn above f" 
20180217  Example sheet 5 question 5  Should read "modify dfs " rather than "modify dfs_stack ".

20180218  Example sheet 5 question 10  Should read "uses recursion and memoization to compute h(t)", 
20180228  Section 6.2 page 35  Caption should read "a cut of capacity 22" 