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Data Structures: Abstraction and Design Using Java Paperback – 12 Feb 2010
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The professor supplemented the book with some of his own material, in particular the section on graphs which took advantage of the fact that integers can not only be stored in the graph but serve as an array index; so we did something a little more generic that could accept any data type. But the text itself was a pretty good reference even for the supplemented portions of the course.
One nice feature of the book is the refresher on Java. If you are a more experienced programmer but just have forgotten how Java does something, this is a great quick way to look it up without being drowned in largely useless introductory material designed for absolute beginners.
I will be hanging on to the book for my personal library even though I have already passed the course.
- implementing data structures from scratch in Java
- using built-in Java library data structures
- solving programming problems
It is the selection of topics that makes your time so efficient, the thought that went into that, that makes it unique, if these are the topics you want to learn or brush up on.
Cons: There are a few errors I found in the text. Also I find the semigloss paper finish annoying, too much glare reflected back.