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e-Book Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in Java download

e-Book Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in Java download

by Mark Allen Weiss

ISBN: 0201357542
ISBN13: 978-0201357547
Language: English
Publisher: Addison Wesley; US Ed edition (October 1, 1998)
Pages: 560
Category: Programming
Subategory: Technologies

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Rating: 4.2
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Mark Allen Weiss provides a proven approach to algorithms and data structures using the exciting Java . The Java version used in this book is of course the original Java without generics

With Java he highlights conceptual topics, focusing on ADTs and the analysis of algorithms for efficiency as well as performance and running time. The Java version used in this book is of course the original Java without generics.

Data structures and algorithm analysis in Java, Mark Allen Weiss. This book is suitable for either an advanced data structures (CS7) course or a rst-year graduate course in algorithm analysis. 3rd ed. p. cm. ISBN-13: 978-0-13-257627-7 (alk. paper). ISBN-10: 0-13-257627-9 (alk. Students should have some knowledge of intermedi-ate programming, including such topics as object-based programming and recursion, and some background in discrete math.

Mark Allen Weiss is a Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education .

Mark Allen Weiss is a Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education in the College of Engineering and Computing at Florida International University in Miami Florida. His interests include data structures, algorithms, and education, and he is most well-known for his highly-acclaimed Data Structures textbooks, which have been used at hundreds of universities worldwide. From 1997-2004 he served as a member of the Advanced Placement Computer Science Development Committee, chairing the committee from 2000-2004. Dr. Weiss is an IEEE Fellow, AAAS Fellow, and ACM Distinguished Educator.

Mark Allen Weiss is Professor and Associate Director for the School of Computing and Information Sciences at. .He has been at FIU since 1987 and was promoted to Professor in 1996. His interests include data structures, algorithms, and education

Mark Allen Weiss is Professor and Associate Director for the School of Computing and Information Sciences at Florida International University. He is also currently serving as both Director of Undergraduate Studies and Director of Graduate Studies. His interests include data structures, algorithms, and education. He is most well-known for his highly-acclaimed Data Structures textbooks, which have been used for a generation by roughly a million students.

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Start by marking Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in Java as.A clear book, but rather thin for the topic. Pretty good data structures and algorithms reference despite the fact that many of the code examples have bugs in them

Start by marking Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in Java as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In any matter, I did well for the class that I took this with, and I was happy that for the actual class we did closely follow the book in using what it had to offer to build real projects. I felt after reading it that I had harvest this particular book pretty well. Pretty good data structures and algorithms reference despite the fact that many of the code examples have bugs in them. The errata for the bugs in the code and the code examples themselves are provided on the authors web site.

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Provides a proven approach to algorithms & data structures using the exciting Java programming language as the implementation tool. With Java, the author highlights conceptual topics, focusing on ADTs and the analysis of algorithms for efficiency as well as performance & running time. DLC: Java (Computer program language).
Comments:
Vetalol
Content: This book has served me well while I was taking my course in Data Structures. As one of the few books I kept from my university career, it has proven useful even now. The book serves as a nice catalogue of data structures, well categorized and explained. Want to know what a b-tree is? bubble sort? Need to brush up for an interview? The concepts are simply explained and can get your memory going in a jiffy. Would recommend.
Physical Condition: Hardcover serves well to maintain it's longevity.

Hatе&love
I give this book only 2 stars. This book is not for students taking their first course in data structures. However, I first encountered it as a required text for an introductory Data Structures course that I took. This book is not an easy nor an enjoyable read. It does not contain nearly enough visual aides i.e., graphics, screen shots, diagrams to help a reader develop a mental image of abstract data structures. It is far too technical to be used as an introductory text to Data Structures. It is a colorless, lifeless presentation of a subject that actually can be quite fun and interesting. How can a book on Data Structure be fun or interesting...Please see my review of "Data Structures And Algorithms in Java" by Robert LaFore. Mr. Lafore's book is OUTSTANDING! It has great graphics, simple explanations, a great Table of Contents, and Index. I bought it and it was instrumental in my getting a "A" in the course. I recommend you buy it instead of Mr. Weiss's product.

Dranar
If you don't know Java, don't expect to be able to learn the things you need to for a class. If you learned how to do alorgithms in mathematics, it may not be enough for computer science. You probably want to get a supplemental or two if you have to get this book for class. It is quite advanced and a hard read.

Ces
How strange it is to find books by Mark Allen Weiss here at Amazon in disarray, without images even, out of print, as if these would be some irrelevant insignificant "exotic" publications. In fact I see on the cover the once so proud and leading Addison Wesley logo. I see a name of one of the foremost grandmasters in the discipline, who is a great writer and teacher to boot. I see a book with impeccable typographical quality, and its content is in my eyes the best of the best of the best. Of course, considering the evolution of Java, one might try to grab one later edition to get the version using JDK 1.5 with generics, but wait, even these are "out of print" and "not available"...

How can that be? Does it relate to the downfall of house of Addison Wesley into "an imprint" of some obscured company called "Pearson Education"? Is this a result of a grave incompetence in that company?

Mark Allen Weiss is one of the prominent students of Robert Sedgewick. He is an excellent scholar in his own right, and an excellent writer. His book is for me still in all these years one of the foremost references, which I keep handy at home and (2nd copy) in my office. Good written, well balanced in choice of theoretical and practical material. The 4th edition of this book is meanwhile announced on Mark's web page which is easy to find using his name in google.

What makes his "Data Structures and Problem Solving" stand out from other numerous books about algorithms is the fact that aside of covering the basics and fundamentals, he goes beyond being a "copy cat" and repeating the same-same set of sort algorithms, same data structures etc. etc. at nauseam. For example, Mr. Weiss is one of very few sources talking about AA-Trees, a special simplified form of Red-Black trees. I happen to be one of the long term users of this fantastic data structure, discovered by Arne Andersson of Uppsala University, Sweden. Another example: He does not stop at Quicksort, he talks also about Hoare's selection algorithms, a close relative to Quicksort, in the book called Quickselect. And much more of the sort is in this book.

Every busy practitioner will be helped by this text. Foremost, it is of great value to find real working code, not merely a pseudo notation. The Java version used in this book is of course the original Java without generics. In one of the later editions, I think it was the 3rd Edition, the entire code was adjusted to use Java generics. The 2nd edition is not even mentioned here at Amazon, how astonishing. The 3rd edition is also showed as "not available" at Amazon! They have misspelled the publisher of the 3rd ed. as "Peerson/Addison-Wesley." Its Pearson.

The 4th edition of the book has just been announced! Good.

What I do not like are hard cover editions. Heavy, expensive, but for all this their covers... break off easy and quick. I guess I have been sarcastic, wasn't I? I really dislike hard covers, I try to avoid them whenever I can. There are some paperbacks, "international editions." Lucky if you can get one of these... Last but least: This book was also published in C, C++ and Ada versions. Now with the demise of Ada at the DoD the latter loses any importance, do not hope for a new edition...

Nicanagy
I gave four stars because the author did a very good job of explaining algorithms. For example, he did a fantastic job of explaining the conversion of Infix Notation to Postfix Notation. Very nice to see a graphical step-by-step approach. Another good area was his break down of explaining how to derive the solution from a postfix equation. Again, nice usage of illustration step-by-step. I did not understand other author's datastructure book, but I did understand this one. I picked up this book only to learn Polish calculators (postfix/infix). Therefore, I did not read the other chapters. If the remaining chapters are as easily understandable as these two chapters, then I'll give 5 stars.

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