Data Structures and Algorithms in C++ (Anglais) Broché – 18 mars 2011
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An updated, innovative approach to data structures and algorithms
Written by an author team of experts in their fields, this authoritative guide demystifies even the most difficult mathematical concepts so that you can gain a clear understanding of data structures and algorithms in C++.
The unparalleled author team incorporates the object–oriented design paradigm using C++ as the implementation language, while also providing intuition and analysis of fundamental algorithms.
- Offers a unique multimedia format for learning the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms
- Allows you to visualize key analytic concepts, learn about the most recent insights in the field, and do data structure design
- Provides clear approaches for developing programs
- Features a clear, easy–to–understand writing style that breaks down even the most difficult mathematical concepts
Building on the success of the first edition, this new version offers you an innovative approach to fundamental data structures and algorithms.
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Simply put, an algorithm is the recipe for manipulating the data in an object.
This is not a text for those inexperienced in programming with C++. It is not a beginners text. Even with a couple of years exposure to programming in C++, C, and Java, I found this text a challenge to fully comprehend. I would offer that even after two readings, I am still learning concepts presented in the book every time I re-read.
It is up to the standard of C++11, and utilizes some of the newer standard features such as the vector class, for example.
Whether you are required to purchase this book for a course, or as an addition to your personal library, I personally think it is an excellent reference. It was a required text for a course I was enrolled, but it has become a permanent part of my reference library because I have found the information and concepts presented to be useful after two reads. And I am looking forward to the time when I can read a 3rd.
There are a lot of projects and exercises in the text, more than any one individual can complete in a semester.
If you have the opportunity to review a copy at the library or a bookstore, I think you will find it to be a challenging and desirable text for your personal library.
I used this book more than my coursebook.
There are a lot of advanced topics for you to study.
The book starts with a very good introduction to C++ Language and moves on explaining objects, classes , inheritance and polymorphism in one chapter which is really good.
chapter 3 on Analysis book is very well written and clearly explain Big -O very clearly , in fact it has one of the best explanation compared to any other Data Structure book in the market.
The rest of the book is well organized with all important Data Structures.
This book has excellent explanation and has deep explanation on various subject which you will not find in any other Data Structure book.
The codes are not easy to read and understand if you have no experience in Data Structures.
I found many examples in the book very complicated.
The codes are not explained in a step by step fashion.
clearly not the best book for beginners in DS.
Overall i highly recommend this book for students who enjoy programming and want to learn more than what is discussed in the class.
Also it is a great book to increase your knowledge on Data Structures.
If you are looking for a book that explains things in a much better format, look for the Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++ by Weiss. It explains things so much better.
Don't waste your money on this, and if you have to buy it for a class, definitely buy used. I'm selling mine back to the school bookstore!!