Get yourself trained on Fundamental Data Structures with this Online Training Fundamental Data Structures & Algorithms using C language..
Online Training Fundamental Data Structures & Algorithms using C language.
You will learn the following in this course: (All implemented using C programming)Fundamental of Data Structure conceptWhy we need Data StructuresStack – Idea, definition, algorithm, implementations.Using Stack – Parenthesis checking, Polish Notation, Infix to postfix conversion and evaluation.FIFO Queue – Idea, definition, algorithm, implementation.Circular Queue using array – Idea, definition, algorithm, implementation.Double ended queue using array – Idea, definition, algorithm, implementation.Linked List – Idea, definition, why we need linked list. Comparison with array.Singly Linked List – Development of algorithm for various operations and then Implementation of each of themCreating Stack and Queue using Singly Linked list – Implementation.Doubly Linked List – Idea, definition, algorithm of various operations and implementations.Circular Linked List – Idea, definition, algorithm and implementations.14. Calculating efficiency of algorithms, Worst Case (Big Oh), Average Case (Big Theta) and Best case (Big omega) complexities. How to calculate them for different algorithms.15. Binary Searching16. Recursion in detail. Example program using recursion and the critical comparison between Recursive approach and Iterative approach of problem solving. 17. Binary Tree, definition, traversal (In, Pre and Post Order), Binary Search Tree implementation. 18. Heap data structure, definition, heap insertion, deletion, heap adjust, Heapify and heap sort.
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