Data Structures Handwritten Notes

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In these “Data Structures Handwritten Notes PDF”, you will be developing the ability to use basic data structures like array, stacks, queues, lists, trees and hash tables to solve problems. C++ is chosen as the language to understand implementation of these data structures.

The topics we will cover will be taken from the following list:

Arrays: single and multi-dimensional arrays, analysis of insert, delete and search operations in arrays (both linear search and binary search), implementing sparse matrices, applications of arrays to sorting

Sorting: selection sort, insertion sort, bubble sort, comparison of sorting techniques via empirical studies. Introduction to Vectors.

Linked Lists: Singly- linked, doubly-linked and circular lists, analysis of insert, delete and search operations in all the three types, implementing sparse matrices. Introduction to Sequences.

Queues: Array and linked representation of queue, de-queue, comparison of the operations on queues in the two representations. Applications of queues.

Stacks: Array and linked representation of stacks, comparison of the operations on stacks in the two representations, implementing multiple stacks in an array.

Applications of Stacks: prefix, infix and postfix expressions, utility and conversion of these expressions from one to another; applications of stacks to recursion: developing recursive solutions to simple problems, advantages and limitations of recursion.

Trees: Introduction to tree as a data structure; binary trees, binary search trees, analysis of insert, delete, search operations, recursive and iterative traversals on binary search trees. Height-balanced trees (AVL), B trees, analysis of insert, delete, search operations on AVL and B trees.

Heaps: Introduction to heap as a data structure. analysis of insert, extract-min/max and delete-min/max operations, applications to priority queues.

Hash Tables: Introduction to hashing, hash tables and hashing functions -insertion, resolving collision by open addressing, deletion, searching and their analysis, properties of a good hash function.

Data Structures Handwritten Notes PDF
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