C++ Classes and Data Structures

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Prentice Hall, 2008 - Computers - 400 pages

Most books on data structures are filled with so many technical details (and lack thorough explanations) that the reading becomes difficult. This accessible, conversational presentation explores data structures concepts in clear language. Assumes a basic knowledge of C++. Focuses on the client for all programs, classes, and data structures. Offers meaningful, relevant examples and worked examples throughout. Includes thoroughly tested code. Provides code for all examples. A useful reference for anyone interested in learning more about programming.

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Dr. Jeffrey Childs holds a Bachelor's Degree (Summa cum laude) in Computer Science from Youngstown State University, OH, and a Master's and Ph. D. in Computer Science from Kent State University, OH. He had conducted research in the Gaussian decomposition of images and has written and published several papers on the subject. He has discovered the Quickstep algorithm, having a much better time complexity than the existing algorithms for Gaussian decomposition. He has taught data structures for the past nine years. In addition, he has researched data structures during the last three years, breaking new ground in client-based design pedagogy and memory management, as well as the design of certain data structures. He is currently a tenured professor at Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

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