Chapter 3
Microsoft Word
Introduction
Microsoft Word is a word processor developed by Microsoft. It was first released in 1983 under
the name Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems. Subsequent versions were later written for several
other platforms including I
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The Boot Process and Operating Systems
1. Booting Process
The heart of a modern computer is one or more Central Processing Units.
A CPU gets its instructions from memory.
The CPU reads instruction from the BIOS and s
Software
Introduction
A computer cannot do anything on its own. It must be instructed to do task
desired by us. Hence, it is necessary to specify a sequence of instructions a
computer must perform to solve a problem. Such a sequence of instructions
writte
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HTML EVENTS REFERENCES
When a user visit your website, they do things like click on text and images and given links, hover over
things etc. These are examples of what JavaScript calls events.
We can write our event handlers in Javascript or vbscript and c
A synopsis for
Photography Institute
Orchid International College
Submitted Date: 2016, July 8th
Submitted by:
Submitted to:
Deepak Timalsena
Department of Management
Roll: 04(5870/14)
Orchid Intl College
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Bijayachok, Gaushala
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Abstract
This p
Title: Airline Reservation System
Using Java
Description:
In this system, I have include airline schedules, fare tariffs, passenger reservations and ticket
records. An user can view different flights available with different timing for a particular date a
Self Study
Self Study
SELF STUDY 1
Objective:
To make the students understand the concept of structures and pointers in C+ and
how they can be implemented.
Pre-requisite
The student must have done Chapter 1 before working on this exercise.
Exercises
To do
Chapter 2- Linked Lists
Linked Lists
2
At the end of this chapter you will be able to understand the concept of linked lists
and implement them in your programs.
SCOPE
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Static and Dynamic Memory Allocation
2.1.2 Memory Allocation Pro
Chapter 8 - Trees
8
Trees
At the end of this chapter you will be able to understand the concept of trees and their
application as data structures.
SCOPE
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Binary Trees
8.2.1 Properties of Binary Trees
8.2.2 ADT of Binary Trees
8.3 Binar
Chapter 7 - Searching Techniques
Searching Techniques
7
At the end of this chapter you will be able to implement various searching
techniques and compare them in various situations.
SCOPE
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Sequential Search
7.2.1 Implementation
7.2.2 A
Chapter 3 - Stacks and Queues
Stacks And Queues
3
At the end of this chapter you will be able to understand the concept of stacks
and queues and implement them in your programs.
SCOPE
3.1 Introduction
3.2 ADT of Stacks
3.3 Implementation
3.3.1 Using Array
Chapter 6 - Sorting
Sorting
6
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to understand different sorting methods.
SCOPE
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Insertion Sort
6.3 Selection Sort
6.4 Bubble Sort
6.5 Shell Sort
6.6 Divide and Conquer Method
6.6.1 Merge Sort
Chapter 4 - Matrices
Matrices
4
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to understand what matrices are and will
learn to perform various operations on them.
SCOPE
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Abstract Data Type of Matrices
4.3 Implementation
4.3.1 Static Im
Chapter 9 - Graphs
Graphs
9
At the end of this chapter you will be able to implement the various searching
techniques of graphs.
SCOPE
9.1 Introduction
9.2 ADT of graph
9.3 Implementation
9.3.1 Static Implementation
9.3.2 Linked Implementation
9.4 Searchi
Chapter 5 - Recursion
Recursion
5
At the end of this chapter you will be able to understand the concept of recursion and
will learn to implement it in programs.
SCOPE
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Basics of Recursion
5.2.1 Implementation
5.3 Analysis
5.3.1 Example
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms
Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms
1
At the end of this chapter, you will be familiar with the concepts of data structures
and algorithms.
Scope
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Abstract Data Type
Unit 6: Multiway Trees
A tree is defined as either an empty structure or a structure whose children are disjoint trees t 1, t2,.tm .
According to this definition, each node of this kind of tree can have more than two children. This tree is
called a multiw
Unit 3: Stacks and Queues
Stacks
A stack is a linear data structure that can be accessed only at one of its ends for storing and retrieving
data. Such a stack resembles piles of trays in a cafeteria. New trays are put on the top of the pile and top
tray i
Unit 1: Complexity Analysis
Data Structure
Data structure is the way of storing data in a computer so that it can be used efficiently.
There are two types of data structure
1. Linear Data Structure: When the elements are stored on contiguous memory locati
Unit 5: Binary Tree
Trees
Linked list usually provide greater flexibility than array, but they are linear structures and it is difficult to
use them to organize a hierarchical representation of objects. To overcome these limitations, we create a
new data
Unit 7 : Graphs
A simple graph G is composed of a finite set of vertices and a finite set of edges. A graph is
denoted by G. A graph is denoted as G = (V,E). The elements of V are the vertices and those of E
are the edges. The vertex set of V are denoted
Unit 8 Sorting
The efficiency of data handling can be increased if the data are sorted according to some criteria
of order. It is often necessary to sort data before processing. We choose some criteria that is
used to order data. The choice will vary from
Unit 9: Hashing
Searching
Searching refers to finding a given data item in a set, list or array. In general searching is of two
types: Linear search and binary search.
Linear search or sequential search
In sequential search we search for a key in a sequen