A Quick Reference to Data Structures and Computer Algorithms

Raji Ramakrishnan Nair, Divya Joseph, Alen Joseph

SKU: 9789389328103


ISBN: 9789388176583
eISBN: 9789389328103
Authors: Raji Ramakrishnan Nair, Divya Joseph, Alen Joseph
Rights: Worldwide
Publishing Date: January 2019
Pages: 308
Weight: 478gm
Dimension: 23x15x1.8cm
Book Type: Paperback

The book gives full understanding of theoretical topic and easy implementation in programming. The book is going to help students in self-learning of data structures and in understanding how these concepts are implemented in programs. It contains lot of figures, which will help students to visualize the concept effectively. Diagrams help students to understand how the programs involving data structure concepts are implemented within the computer system.

Algorithms are included to clear the concept of data structure. Each algorithm is explained with figures to make student clearer about the concept. Sample data set is taken and step by step execution of algorithm is provided in the book to ensure the in – depth knowledge of students about the concept discussed.

For beginners to level up Core Programming Skills

Key Features

  • Simple and easy to understand.
  • Useful for any level of students including B.E., BTech, MCA, BCA, B.Sc. (Computer Science), etc.
  • Algorithms used in the book are well explained and illustrated step by step.
  • Help students in understanding how data structures are implemented in programs.
  • Each module contains question bank which includes questions for competitive examinations like
  • UGC-NET, placement drives, and so on.

What Will You Learn

  • New features and essential of Algorithms and Arrays.
  • Linked List, its type and implementation.
  • Stacks and Queues
  • Trees and Graphs
  • Searching and Sorting
  • Greedy method
  • Beauty of Blockchain

Who This Book is For
This book is useful for all the students of B. Tech, B.E., MCA, BCA, B.Sc. (Computer Science), and so on. Person with basic knowledge in this field can understand the concept from the beginning of the book itself.
We think our book is one of a kind. We are trying to connect the past and the present here. The last module of our book is focussing on BLOCKCHAIN. It explains the concepts of blockchain through a different dimension, that is, explaining the data structure aspect of blockchain.

  1. Algorithm and Arrays
  2. Linked Lists
  3. Stacks and queues
  4. Trees and Graphs
  5. Searching and Sorting
  6. Greedy Method
  7. Beauty of Blockchain
Raji Ramakrishnan Nair (Author) has done BCA, MCA and M. Tech (IT) and currently working as an Assistant Professor at the P. G. Department of Computer Applications of Marian College Kuttikkanam (Autonomous). She has 14 years of teaching experience and believes that teaching is all about being ‘friend, philosopher and guide’ to her students. This book is inspired by her passion to simplify complex subjects for easy understanding; the real contribution of a great teacher. She is a philanthropist as well, actively involved in many social causes, which made her students engage in relief works in Kerala megaflood and resulted in two houses being built for flood victims.

Divya Joseph (Co-Author) Divya Joseph, is a Teacher by passion and profession. She has done MTech (CSE) and BTech (IT) from Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirapally. Presently, she is working as an Assistant Professor in the P.G. Department of Computer Applications, Marian College Kuttikkanam (Autonomous).

Alen Joseph 
(Co-Author) Alen Joseph is a Blockchain Intern at UST Global Trivandrum. His great passion for teaching and research motivated him to write this book. He has done MCA from Marian College Kuttikkanam (Autonomous). He is a passionate tech enthusiast and his dream is to become a full-time researcher.

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