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### 05-VectorsListsSequences

Course: CS 435, Fall 2009
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5 Lesson VECTORS, LISTS &amp; SEQUENCES Exploring the Dynamics of Natural Law Main Points 1. The Vector ADT extends the concept of an array storing objects by rank. The rank of an element is the number of elements preceding it. The main operations of the Vector ADT are insertAtRank, replaceAtRank, removeAtRank and elemAtRank. 2. An array-based implementation of Vector insertAtRank and removeAtRank will have...

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5 Lesson VECTORS, LISTS & SEQUENCES Exploring the Dynamics of Natural Law Main Points 1. The Vector ADT extends the concept of an array storing objects by rank. The rank of an element is the number of elements preceding it. The main operations of the Vector ADT are insertAtRank, replaceAtRank, removeAtRank and elemAtRank. 2. An array-based implementation of Vector insertAtRank and removeAtRank will have O(n) run-time because of the need to resize the array. 3. The List ADT stores objects based on position. A singly linked list data structure stores objects in nodes that link to the next node in the list. A doubly linked list has nodes that link to the next and previous nodes in the list. Insertion and removal from a list have O(1) run-time. 4. The Sequence ADT is the union of the Vector ADT and List ADT, allowing to access elements by either rank or position. Connecting the Parts of Knowledge with the Wholeness of Knowledge 1. The Vector stores objects based on rank, which is useful in applications such as sorting, and the List stores objects with respect to their relative position, before or after another object. 2. The Sequence encompasses both Vector and List in one data structure, thereby making it more general or universal. More abstract layers of nature are more universal and more powerful. -----...

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