Data Structures, Algorithms, and Applications in Java by Sartaj SahniSahnis DATA STRUCTURES, ALGORITHMS, and APPLICATIONS in JAVA is designed to be used in a second course in computer science (CS2). Using Java, this book provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamental data structures, making it an excellent choice for a CS2 course. The author has made this book student-friendly through intuitive discussion, real-world, applications and a gentle introduction. Sahni is unique in providing several real-world applications for each data structure presented in the book. These applications come from such areas as Sorting, compression and coding, and image processing. These applications give students a flavor for the sorts of things they will be able to do with the data structures that they are learning.
Almost 1,000 exercises in this text serve to reinforce concepts and get students applying what they are learning. Sahnis text is also accompanied by a web site containing all the programs in the book, as well as sample data, generated output, solutions to selected exercises, and enhanced discussion of selected material in the text.
#1 What is Data Structure? - Why it is so Important?
Data Structures, Algorithms and Applications in Java
Comment 4. Data structures and algorithms are tow of the most important topics for programmers. The best thing about them is that they never get out-of-date and any investment you made in terms of time and money will pay rich dividends. I have also found that people knowledgeable in algorithms and data structures are often better programmers than others. Most of us first heard about them in school and college but didn't understand at that time. At least I can say that for me. I first heard about array and linked list on my engineering college.
#5 Linked List Implementation in Java Part 1 - Data Structures
Data structures, algorithms and applications in java 2nd edition is the new version of the very popular first edition. It provides a comprehensive coverage of fundamental data structures, making it ideal for use in computer science courses. The author has made the book very user friendly by starting with a gentle introduction, providing intuitive discussions and including real-world applications. Real-world applications are a unique feature of this text. Dr sahni provides several applications for each data structure and algorithm design method discussed, taking examples from topics such as sorting, compression and coding and image processing.