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The course tackles the difference between static data type and dynamic data types. The concept of pointers & dynamic memory allocation is discussed allowing students to experience practical programming using dynamic structures.
The student will be able to:
- Understand the data types and static data structures pointers, dynamic data structures: stack queues linked lists, trees and graphs.
- Define the difference between static data type and dynamic data types and introduce the concept of pointers & dynamic memory allocation.
- Acquire programming experiences using dynamic structures.
- Introduction to static Vs dynamic data structures
- Stack data type
- Implementation of stack in different applications
- Queue data type
- Introduction to dynamic programming using pointers
- Linked lists
- Double & circular linked lists
- Introduction to tree structures
- Tree traversals
- Threaded tree
- Graphs representation and traversals
- Graphs minimum spanning tree & shortest path
Mark Weiss and Benjamen Cummings, “Data structures and algorithm analysis”.
PREREQUISITE: CC 213