This exciting new data structures book provides students with powerful procedural programming skills that will serve as a solid foundation for later object-oriented programming. Throughout the book, Eric Roberts takes a library-based approach to the concepts, which allows readers to see more advanced programs early on. This innovative use of libraries will motivate students as they begin tackling more advanced data structures topics. In the first section of the book, Roberts brings readers up-to-speed on libraries and also provides a nice review of C. Eric Roberts is famous for his wonderful writing style, his use of real-world examples, and his special "bug features."
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Written by a master teacher and author of the highly acclaimed The Art and Science of C, this new book helps students master the fundamentals of data structures while encouraging them to develop strong software engineering skills. By emphasizing modern programming concepts such as interfaces, abstraction, and encapsulation, the text provides an ideal foundation for further study of programming. With his clear explanations and engaging writing style, Professor Roberts leads students through the CS2 curriculum in a way that captures and holds their interest throughout.Highlights
Eric S. Roberts is a Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and the department's Associate Chair for Educational Affairs. He is also the Charles Simonyi Professor for Innovation in Teaching. After receiving his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University in 1980, Dr. Roberts founded and chaired the computer science department at Wellesley College. He then worked for five years as a researcher for Digital Equipment Corporation's Systems Research Center in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Roberts is also the author of The Art and Science of C, published by Addison-Wesley in 1995.
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