Data Structures and Algorithms With Object-Oriented Design Patterns in Java

Covers the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms -- the basic elements from which large and complex software artifacts are built -- using Java programming language.

**Publication date**: 02 Aug 1999

**ISBN-10**:
0471346136

**ISBN-13**:
9780471346135

**Paperback**:
656 pages

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Data Structures and Algorithms With Object-Oriented Design Patterns in Java

Covers the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms -- the basic elements from which large and complex software artifacts are built -- using Java programming language.

Book excerpts:

This book is about the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms -- the basic elements from which large and complex software artifacts are built. The target is to teach you to develop a solid understanding of a data structure, which requires three things.

First, you will learn how the information is arranged in the memory of the computer. Second, you will learn the algorithms for manipulating the information contained in the data structure. And third, you will learn the performance characteristics of the data structure so that when called upon to select a suitable data structure for a particular application, you will be able to make an appropriate decision.

This book also illustrates object-oriented design and it promotes the use of common, object-oriented design patterns. The algorithms and data structures in the book are presented in the Java programming language. Virtually all the data structures are presented in the context of a single class hierarchy. This commitment to a single design allows the programs presented in the later chapters to build upon the programs presented in the earlier chapters.

Reviews:

Amazon.com

:) "I would actually say that this is a very readable introductory treatment on data structures."

LTSN-ICS Book Review

:? "Unfortunately the approach will appeal more to lecturers who understand the material and enjoy cerebral ideas than to students who are trying to get to grips with the material and like to be given practical information."

This book is about the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms -- the basic elements from which large and complex software artifacts are built. The target is to teach you to develop a solid understanding of a data structure, which requires three things.

First, you will learn how the information is arranged in the memory of the computer. Second, you will learn the algorithms for manipulating the information contained in the data structure. And third, you will learn the performance characteristics of the data structure so that when called upon to select a suitable data structure for a particular application, you will be able to make an appropriate decision.

This book also illustrates object-oriented design and it promotes the use of common, object-oriented design patterns. The algorithms and data structures in the book are presented in the Java programming language. Virtually all the data structures are presented in the context of a single class hierarchy. This commitment to a single design allows the programs presented in the later chapters to build upon the programs presented in the earlier chapters.

Reviews:

Amazon.com

:) "I would actually say that this is a very readable introductory treatment on data structures."

LTSN-ICS Book Review

:? "Unfortunately the approach will appeal more to lecturers who understand the material and enjoy cerebral ideas than to students who are trying to get to grips with the material and like to be given practical information."

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