Data Structures and Algorithms in Java
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Data Structures and Algorithms in Java

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Fundamental data structures in a consistent object-oriented framework Now revised to reflect the innovations of Java 5.0, Goodrich and Tamassia's Fourth Edition of Data Structures and Algorithms in Java continues to offer accessible coverage of fundamental data structures, using a consistent object-oriented framework. The authors provide intuition, description, and analysi...more
Hardcover, 720 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by John Wiley & Sons (first published 1998)
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Stephanie Sun
"I don't know. It's just a trick, you know? It's like when I was... I wrote this story on Paris, and I'd never been there. You don't have to— It's just a trick."
—Rain to Gabe, Husbands and Wives, written and directed by Woody Allen

Gabe, a writing professor played by Allen, has just peppered Rain, his precociously talented student played by Juliette Lewis, with some extremely flattering inquiries into her writing methods and background. Rain's embarrassed humble-brag of a response only serves to...more
Patrick Jennings
Required for data structures class. I found better descriptions of the algorithms covered in this book on Wikipedia. At least the book contains Java code for some of the implementations and examples of how the data structures work. A good book for the beginner. You can find better as a reference.
Marouumi
The book had so many not-well organized written information. Not suitable for teaching Data Structure courses in the college for it lacks consistency and to-solve problems.
Hosein
This was one of in our syllabus which we had to read.
this book is a great book which gives you the idea of how to code a queue for example or a stack which are very helpful for a big project.
JAVA is used as a preferred language which I honestly don't know very much, but u better study JAVA before commencement of this book.
A coder can use the useful samples of the book.
finally I recommend it to all the computer science students and whom are in love with coding and such stuffs
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Jul 14, 2011 Girish Pv marked it as to-read
A superb book to read.. i admire it
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