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Data Structure Using C

According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2009 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Data Structures using C

BCA (Pune) Sem-III

Author : Mohite, Sattikar and Pawar

Book ID : 1164

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Contents

1. Basic Concept in Data Structure

1.1Pointers- An Introduction1
1.2Dynamic Memory Allocation4
1.3Algorithm Analysis12
1.4Abstract Data Type: An Introduction14
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ARRAYS AND STRUCTURE1
2.1Array1
2.2Array – As an Abstract Data Type8
2.3Introduction to Searching10
2.4 Applications of Array17
2.5Structure19
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STACK AND QUEUE1
3.1STACK1
3.2Representing Stacks in C3
3.3Infix, Prefix, and Postfix Expressions8
3.4 Queue12
3.5 Priority queue19
3.6Circular Queue21
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SORTING1
4.1 Introduction1
4.2 Sorting Techniques2
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51
LINKED LIST1
5.1Introduction1
5.2Linked Lists3
5.3Creating a list4
5.4 Operations on the list6
5.5 Circular Linked list11
5.6Doubly-Linked list13
5.7 Stack as a Linked List16
5.8 Queue as a Linked List18
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TREE1
6.1INTRODUCTION1
6.2 Tree as graphs1
6.3 Binary Tree1
6.4 Insertion5
6.5Deletion7
6.6Traversing a Binary Tree10
6.7Iterative traversing13
6.8 Binary Search15
6.9AVL Trees19
6.10 HEAP20
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HASHING1
7.1HASHING AN Introduction1
7.2 HASH Table2
7.3HASH Function2
7.4 Collisions3
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graphs1
8.1graphs1
8.2Adjacency List Implementation (non-directed graph)5
8.3 Adjacency List Implementation (directed graph)5
8.4Shortest Path problem6
8.5Spanning tree7
8.6Traversal of graphs8
8.7 Depth-first search (DFS)8
8.8breadth-first search (BFS)10

1.1 Pointers - an introduction

1.2 Dynamic memory allocation

1.3 Algorithm analysis

1.4Abstract data type: An introduction

2. Arrays and Structure

2.1 Array

2.2 Array – as an abstract data type

2.3 Introduction to searching

2.4Applications of array

2.5 Structure

3. Stack and Queue

3.1 Stack

3.2 Representing stacks in C

3.3Infix, prefix, and postfix expressions

3.4 Queue

3.5 Priority queue

3.6 Circular queue

4. Sorting

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Sorting techniques

5. Linked List

5.1Introduction

5.2 Linked lists

5.3 Creating a list

5.4 Operations on the list

5.5 Circular linked list

5.6 Doubly - linked list

5.7 Stack as a linked list

5.8 Queue as a linked list

6. Tree

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Tree as graphs

6.3 Binary tree

6.4Insertion

6.5 Deletion

6.6 Traversing a binary tree

6.7 Iterative traversing

6.8Binary search

6.9 AVL trees

6.10 Heap

7. Hashing

7.1Hashing an introduction

7.2 Hash table

7.3Hash function

7.4 Collisions

8. Graphs

8.1 Graphs

8.2Adjacency list implementation (Non-Directed Graph)

8.3 Adjacency list implementation (Directed Graph)

8.4 Shortest path problem

8.5 Spanning tree

8.6 Traversal of graphs

8.7 Depth - first search (DFS)

8.8 Breadth - first search (BFS)

 

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