Since 1985 Nell Dale's texts have helped shape the way computer science is taught. Now she and Henry Walker, an accomplished instructor and author in his own right, are proposing a new focus for the junior/senior level data structures course. A timely response to the prevalence of object-oriented programming, this new text expands the focus of the advanced data structures course to examine not only the structure of a data object but also its type. This new focus gives students the opportunity to look at data objects from the point of view of both user and implementer.Top-Down Organization of Abstract Data Types In response to this new focus, the authors proposed a changed ... Similarly a semistructured ADT provides the user with limited access to data; such ADTs include stacks, FIFO queues, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Abstract Data Types|
|Author||:||Nell Dale, Henry M. Walker|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1996|