## An Introduction to Data Structures with Applications: ManualInformation and its storage representation; The representation and manipulation of strings; Linear data structures and their storage representation; Linear data structures and their linked storage representation; Nonlinear data structures; Sorting and searching; File structures; |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Information and Its Storage Representation | 9 |

1S The Storage of Information | 16 |

Copyright | |

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adjacency matrix ALGOL 60 algorithm allocated applications array assigned assume binary tree block called character string contains created CURSOR data structures decimal decision table deletion denoted described descriptor digits digraph direct file discussed EBCDIC element entry example Exit FIGURE FORTRAN given in Fig go to step grammar graph hashing function indexed sequential file infix Initialize input insertion integer length LINK field linked linear list linked list main memory Markov algorithm match matrix method multilist node NULL operands operations output overflow records parameter parse pattern performed PL/I pointer variable polynomial problem procedure processing programming languages queue radix recursive Repeat steps represented returns SCAN segment sequence SNOBOL stack statement storage representation storage structure stored subject string substring symbol term tion topological sort transaction update vector VSAM

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Text Information Retrieval Systems Charles T. Meadow,Bert R. Boyce,Donald H. Kraft No preview available - 2007 |

An Introduction To The Theory Of Spatial Object Modelling For GIS Martin Molenaar Limited preview - 1998 |