A Textbook of Data Structures and Algorithms 3 (Wiley)
Wednesday, 01 February 2023

This set of textbooks targets novice learners aspiring to acquire advanced knowledge of the topic of data structures and algorithms. and the material has been split across three volumes to help readers in their progression from novice to expert. Throughout the series G A Vijayalakshmi Pai details concepts, techniques and applications pertaining to data structures and algorithms, independent of any programming language.


This final volume, subtitled "Mastering Advanced Data Structures and Algorithm Design Strategies" includes 181 illustrative problems and 276 review questions to reinforce a theoretical understanding and presents a suggestive list of 108 programming assignments to aid in the implementation of the methods covered.

Author: G A Vijayalakshmi Pai
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE
Date: January 2023
Pages: 368
ISBN: 978-1786308924
Print: 1786308924
Audience: People interested in data structures
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques 


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