Algorithms and Data Structures in C++
By Alan Parker
Series Editor: Udo W. Pooch
CRC Press – 1993 – 272 pages
Series: Computer Science & Engineering
Algorithms and Data Structures in C++ introduces modern issues in the theory of algorithms, emphasizing complexity, graphs, parallel processing, and visualization. To accomplish this, the book uses an appropriate subset of frequently utilized and representative algorithms and applications in order to demonstrate the unique and modern aspects of the C++ programming language.
What makes this book so valuable is that many complete C++ programs have been compiled and executed on multiple platforms. Each program presented is a stand-alone functional program. A number of applications that exercise significant features of C++, including templates and polymorphisms, is included. The book is a perfect text for computer science and engineering students in traditional algorithms or data structures courses. It will also benefit professionals in all fields of computer science and engineering.
Data Representations. Algorithms. Data Structures and Searching. Algorithms for Computer Arithmetic. Index.