Understand data structures for more efficient application development
Beginning Data Structures and Algorithms in Java is a comprehensive guide to data structuring, using a version agnostic approach that applies to any iteration of Java. This book starts with small initial problems, covering algorithms for each concept, and gradually dives deeper into more complex topics with explanations and figures at every step. The dozens of Try It Out exercises allow you to test what they've learned along the way, and the solutions are presented in a way that's accessible with little or no Java experience. By the end of the book, you will be well versed in the deep concepts of data structures and the different operations that can be applied to them.
Data structures are used for organizing data in a computer. It is important to know how information is arranged or grouped, so it can be accessed efficiently when desired. Beginning Data Structures and Algorithms in Java explains the pros and cons of each structure, as well as the memory requirement, time complexity, accessing speed, and data maintenance complexities, giving you a firm grasp before using them in any application.
- Understand Linked Lists and the operations they can perform
- Learn to use Stacks, Queues, Circular Queues, and Sparse Matrices
- Traverse Binary trees, balance AVL trees, and work efficiently with threaded trees
- Discover graph representation, conversion, and different sorting techniques
As one of the world's most popular programming languages, Java is the first language many developers learn. Regardless of Java proficiency, understanding the data structures is an essential skill for effective application development. Beginning Data Structures and Algorithms in Java is your detailed guide, with clear explanations and plenty of hands-on work.