Data Structures: Fundamental Toolss (Wikibooks)

 
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Data Structures: Fundamental Toolss (Wikibooks)

A specific method of storing and organizing data in a computer so that it can be used effectively is called a data structure.

The majority of the frequently used data structures in computer science are covered in this book, including abstract data types, sequences, dictionaries, sets, priority queues, successors and neighbors, and integer and string searches, among others.

It provides examples that illustrate data structures from the perspective of computer programming and design strategies that enable programmers to create custom data structures. The authors provide a variety of brand-new data structures created specifically for programming languages, as well as traditional data structures like red-black trees and binomial queues.

It also provides solutions for sophisticated algorithms and data structures. There are numerous answers to every issue. It is useful for computer scientists as an interview and exam help.

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