Software Construction and Data Structures with Ada 95

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Addison-Wesley, 1997 - Computers - 647 pages
Ideal for large-scale software system development, Ada 95 is the first fully object-oriented language to be internationally standardized by the ISO and the ANSI. Michael B. Feldman's Software Construction and Data Structures with Ada 95 introduces data structures concepts and their applications using this powerful, yet flexible language. Through the use of generic abstract data type (ADT) packages, this text gives a realistic view of system development using reusable components. With an informal writing style, Michael B.Feldman leads students from subject to subject finding effective, maintainable, and portable solutions to programming problems. Highlights:
  • Covers Ada 95 object-oriented programming concepts.
  • Introduces algorithm performance evaluation and "big O" notation in Chapter 3 and expands on the concepts throughout the book.
  • Uses real-world applications in each chapter for students to put data structures and ADTs into practice.
  • Provides over 200 executable programs and packages that are portable to any Ada 95 compiler on any computer.

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Contents

Abstraction and the Ada Type System
1
Writing Abstract Data Types
49
Algorithms Recursion Performance Prediction
106
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Dr. Michael Feldman is a professor of computer science at The George Washington University, as well as Chair of the Education Working Group of the ACM Special Interest Group on Ada (SIGAda). He has over fifteen years experience teaching Ada in introductory courses, and is the author of two other books, Software Construction and Data Structures with Ada 95 and Data Structures with Modula-2. Dr. Feldman manages the popular Internet site, Ada Programming Language Resources for Educators and Students - http://www.acm.org/sigada/education.

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