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Data structures in Java

The pages in this section cover the implementation of dynamic data structures and algorithms using Java . The rest of Topic 5 is also presented here from a Java point of view.

The theoretical aspects will be considered in theory topic 5.


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Object references Introduces the concept of references, nodes and simple lists.
Nodes and lists Introducing simple linked lists
Dynamic Lists More on Simple lists, Double and Circular examples.
Stacks As a dynamic data structure using reference mechanisms.
Queues As a dynamic Structure using reference mechanisms
Recursion Methods that call themselves.
Binary Trees Introduction to Trees and tree traversal.


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