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Data Structures and Abstractions with Java by Frank M. Carrano
As on might expect, the “problems to solve” were presented nearly entirely abstract and lacking any of the practical usefulness contained in many development book, most notably O’Reilly’s Java Cookbook series.
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Maybe not the best book, but one of the few CS textbooks I kept from college. Beginning with stacks in Chapter 5, most ADT methods now indicate failure by throwing an exception. Art rated it really liked it Jul 09, Data Structures and Abstractions with Java, 3rd Edition.
Recursion What Is Recursion? The Class PriorityQueue Chapter The code throughout the book has dtaa revised to reflect this subject matter.
Data Structures and Abstractions with Java, 4th Edition
Nova Terata rated it it was amazing Nov 10, Students can view the entire problem-solving process outside of the classroom—when they need help the most. Support learning with student-friendly pedagogy: Open Preview See a Problem? For example, the book discusses vectors, arrays, and linked lists without a discussion of when each solution may be most appropriate in “real world” applications.
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Jan witu, John rated it it was amazing Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. Patrick Coakley rated it it was ok Apr 28, Vector-based implementations of the ADT list and queue are no longer covered, but are left as programming projects. Benjamin rated it it was ok Nov 21, A Heap Implementation Reprise: In-text and online features help students master the material.
Najla rated it it was amazing Mar 07, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. For any technical book, but especially a daa book, errors in the code are problematic. Adam Gomez rated it liked it Mar 26, This grants instructors flexibility in their teaching approach, while retaining the advantage of separation of specification and implementation. Forest Fang rated it liked it Mar 07, Dec 02, Kasper Christiansen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read saving…. Yusof Baharudin rated it really liked it Feb 11, Aid comprehension and facilitate teaching with an approachable format and content organization.
Robert Lane rated it liked it Jun 18, The visually appealing, attractive design includes many figures and simple illustrations to provide students with a more thorough understanding of the concepts. The Class Stack Chapter 6: Benjamin rated it liked it Mar 18, Additional Design Decisions continue to present the options one has when specifying and implementing particular ADTs and provide the rationale behind our choices.
Keep your course current with updated material Class design is covered in a new Prelude, which is positioned between the Introduction and Chapter 1.