Synopses & Reviews
This introduction to the fundamentals of data structures explores abstract concepts, considers how those concepts are useful in problem solving, explains how the abstractions can be made concrete by using a programming language, and shows how to use the C language for advanced programming and how to develop the advanced features of C++. Covers the C++ language, featuring a wealth of tested and debugged working programs in C and C++. Explains and analyzes algorithms — showing step- by-step solutions to real problems. Presents algorithms as intermediaries between English language descriptions and C programs. Covers classes in C++, including function members, inheritance and object orientation, an example of implementing abstract data types in C++, as well as polymorphism.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Data Structures.
2. The Stack.
4. Queues and Lists.
8. Graphs and Their Applications.
9. Storage Management.
Bibliography and References.