Data Structures

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Introduction to Data Structures Dr. David A. Gaitros [email protected]
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Introduction Data structures form the basis for efficient programming methods and data manipulation for today’s computer scientists. They (data structures) are based upon mathematical concepts such as queues, trees, vectors, hash tables, sets etc. “Tree structures represented explicitly in computer memory were described for the first time in applications to algebraic formula manipulation by Grace M. Hopper circa 1951” The Art of Computer Programming, Fundamental Aglorithms, Vol 1, Donald Knuth, Addison Wesley 1969
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Data Structures Vectors (Arrays) Stacks Queues Deques Single Linked Lists Double Linked Lists Circular Linked Lists Binary Trees Balanced Binary Trees Other Tree structures
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Vectors [0] All [1] good [2] men [3] must [4] come [5] to [6] the [7] aid [8] of [9] their [10] party [11] .
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Vectors Usually simple arrays All items stored are of the same type as
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