Data structures in action illustrated Java
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Data structures in action illustrated (Java) PDF and EPUB use visual language to explain the major concepts in data structures, how they work, and when to use what. It helps programmers or computer science students to understand the data structures inside and out. You can apply them in your projects or help with your job interviews. Since it is rich in visual presentations, you also can read for entertainment
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1. Arrays, sorted arrays, matrices;
2. Linked lists, doubly linked lists, circular linked lists;
3. Stacks, queues, and circular queues;
4. Binary trees, binary search trees;
5. Heaps and priority queues;
6. Hash tables;
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