Data structures and problem solving using C++
Experienced author and teacher Mark Allen Weiss now brings his expertise to the CS2 course with Algorithms, Data Structures, and Problem Solving with C++, which introduces both data structures and algorithm design from the viewpoint of abstract thinking and problem solving. The author chooses C++ as the language of implementation, but the emphasis of the book itself remains on uniformly accepted CS2 topics such as pointers, data structures, algorithm analysis, and increasingly complex programming projects. Algorithms, Data Structures, and Problem Solving with C++ is the first CS2 textbook to clearly separate the interface and implementation of data structures. The interface and running time of data structures are presented first, and students have the opportunity to use the data structures in a host of practical examples before being introduced to the implementations. This unique approach enhances the students' ability to think abstractly.
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Review: Data Structures and Problem Solving Using C++User Review - DJ - Goodreads
Reading this book was far more enlightening and less time-consuming than going to lecture for my data structures course, but there are certainly better books out there. I'm excited to start Knuth's tomes soon and expect to find that they will have been a much better substitute. Read full review
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