# Data structures and algorithms in java, 6th edition, 2014

## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 2 pptx

... class 2. 2.3 Using Inheritance in Java There are two primary ways of using inheritance of classes in Java, specialization and extension Specialization In using specialization we are specializing ... with Strings and Character Arrays 137 108 3.1.5 Two-Dimensional Arrays and Positional Games 111 3 .2 Singly Linked Lists 115 3 .2. 1 Insertion in a Singly Linked List 117 3 .2. 2 Removing an Element ... this point in the following: 129 public static void main(String[] args) { Pair[] a = new Pair[10]; // right, but gives a warning Pair[] b = new Pair[10];...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 3 docx

... containing integers from to n − 1, inclusive, with exactly one repeated Describe a fast algorithm for finding the integer in A that is repeated C -3. 3 Let B be an array of size n ≥ containing integers ... using binary recursion Code Fragment 3. 35: Computing the kth Fibonacci number using binary recursion 200 Unfortunately, in spite of the Fibonacci definition looking like a binary recursion, using ... shown in Code Fragment 3. 36 201 Code Fragment 3. 36: Computing the kth Fibonacci number using linear recursion The algorithm given in Code Fragment 3. 36 shows that using linear recursion to compute...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 4 ppsx

... 6.3.3 Implementing Iterators 245 6.3 .4 List Iterators in Java 247 6 .4 List ADTs and the Collections Framework 249 6 .4. 1 The Java Collections Framework 249 6 .4. 2 The java. util.LinkedList Class ... because finding the index of an element in a linked list requires searching through the list incrementally from its beginning or end, counting elements as we go For instance, we could define a hypothetical ... begins with a starting child in the circle, and the children continue passing the potato until a leader rings a bell, at which point the child holding the potato must leave the game after handing...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 5 ppsx

... breakthroughs come by thinking "nonlinearly." In this chapter, we discuss one of the most important nonlinear data structures in computing—trees Tree structures are indeed a breakthrough in data organization, ... Binary Trees 282 7.3.1 The Binary Tree ADT 284 7.3.2 A Binary Tree Interface in Java 284 374 7.3.3 Properties of Binary Trees 2 85 7.3.4 A Linked Structure for Binary Trees 287 7.3 .5 ... variables In 404 addition to the Binary Tree interface methods, LinkedBinaryTree has various other methods, including accessor method sibling(v), which returns the sibling of a node v, and the following...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 7 pptx

... run in constant time using this approach The java. util.Sorted Map Interface Java provides an ordered version of the java. util.Map interface in its interface called java. util.SortedMap This interface ... maintain our set of maxima 9.6 Exercises for source code and help with exercises, please visit java. datastructures.net Reinforcement R-9.1 574 What is the worst-case running time for inserting ... insertion into a binary search tree is shown in Figure 10.3 Figure 10.3: Insertion of an entry with key 78 into the search tree of Figure 10.1 Finding the position to insert is shown in (a), and the...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 8 pps

... the data structures discussed in this chapter are extensively covered by Knuth in his Sorting and Searching book [63], and by Mehlhorn in [74] AVL trees are due to Adel'son-Vel'skii and Landis ... 11 Sorting, Sets, and Selection Contents 11.1 Merge-Sort 488 11.1.1 Divide -and- Conquer 488 11.1.2 Merging Arrays and Lists 493 11.1.3 The Running Time of Merge-Sort 496 11.1.4 Java Implementations ... from S and put them into two sequences, S and S , each containing about half of the 6 78 elements of S; that is, S contains the first the remaining n/2 elements n/2 elements of S, and S contains...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 9 doc

... Java String interface Alternatively, one may want to find all the indices where a substring of T matching P begins In this section, we present three pattern matching algorithms (with increasing ... matching and prefix matching The latter operation involves being given a string X, and looking for all the strings in S that contain X as a prefix 12.3.1 Standard Tries Let S be a set of s strings ... Return S+Q, replacing S with S + Q insert(i, Q): 746 Return and update S to be the string obtained by inserting Q inside S starting at index i reverse(): Reverse and return the string S setCharAt(i,ch):...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 10 pdf

... by letting V be the cluster containing v and letting V contain the rest of the vertices in V This clearly defines a disjoint partitioning of the vertices of V and, more importantly, since we ... for finding such a tree are the focus of this section Problem Definition Given a weighted undirected graph G, we are interested in finding a tree T that contains all the vertices in G and minimizes ... obtain a spanning tree whose total weight is no more than before Since T was a minimum spanning tree, this new tree must also be a minimum spanning tree In fact, if the weights in G are distinct,...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 3 pps

... containing integers from to n − 1, inclusive, with exactly one repeated Describe a fast algorithm for finding the integer in A that is repeated C -3. 3 Let B be an array of size n ≥ containing integers ... using binary recursion Code Fragment 3. 35: Computing the kth Fibonacci number using binary recursion 200 Unfortunately, in spite of the Fibonacci definition looking like a binary recursion, using ... shown in Code Fragment 3. 36 201 Code Fragment 3. 36: Computing the kth Fibonacci number using linear recursion The algorithm given in Code Fragment 3. 36 shows that using linear recursion to compute...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 7 pot

... run in constant time using this approach The java. util.Sorted Map Interface Java provides an ordered version of the java. util.Map interface in its interface called java. util.SortedMap This interface ... maintain our set of maxima 9.6 Exercises for source code and help with exercises, please visit java. datastructures.net Reinforcement R-9.1 574 What is the worst-case running time for inserting ... insertion into a binary search tree is shown in Figure 10.3 Figure 10.3: Insertion of an entry with key 78 into the search tree of Figure 10.1 Finding the position to insert is shown in (a), and the...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 8 pot

... the data structures discussed in this chapter are extensively covered by Knuth in his Sorting and Searching book [63], and by Mehlhorn in [74] AVL trees are due to Adel'son-Vel'skii and Landis ... 11 Sorting, Sets, and Selection Contents 11.1 Merge-Sort 488 11.1.1 Divide -and- Conquer 488 11.1.2 Merging Arrays and Lists 493 11.1.3 The Running Time of Merge-Sort 496 11.1.4 Java Implementations ... from S and put them into two sequences, S and S , each containing about half of the 6 78 elements of S; that is, S contains the first the remaining n/2 elements n/2 elements of S, and S contains...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 9 potx

... Java String interface Alternatively, one may want to find all the indices where a substring of T matching P begins In this section, we present three pattern matching algorithms (with increasing ... matching and prefix matching The latter operation involves being given a string X, and looking for all the strings in S that contain X as a prefix 12.3.1 Standard Tries Let S be a set of s strings ... Return S+Q, replacing S with S + Q insert(i, Q): 746 Return and update S to be the string obtained by inserting Q inside S starting at index i reverse(): Reverse and return the string S setCharAt(i,ch):...
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## Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 4th phần 10 docx

... by letting V be the cluster containing v and letting V contain the rest of the vertices in V This clearly defines a disjoint partitioning of the vertices of V and, more importantly, since we ... for finding such a tree are the focus of this section Problem Definition Given a weighted undirected graph G, we are interested in finding a tree T that contains all the vertices in G and minimizes ... obtain a spanning tree whose total weight is no more than before Since T was a minimum spanning tree, this new tree must also be a minimum spanning tree In fact, if the weights in G are distinct,...
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