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Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 5th Edition
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-The authors clearly have a thorough understanding of their field and jump right into the syntax and overview of the java language to prepare you for further learning down the road.
-The book is descriptive.
-Lots of practice problems.
-Less dry than it could have been.
-Typical textbook minus nice visuals. Occasionally a visual is there if needed, but overall the book describes each piece. Would have been better with more visuals to articulate ideas.
-Some of the practice problems don't align with the learning objectives for the chapter.
-Price is pretty steep.
Should you buy it?
For a class, yes. If you're looking to familiarize yourself with data structures - possibly, hence the 3 stars. But I would continue the search and include this book for sure only if you're buying a few more. But with the cost of this book, I doubt that's what others would be doing.
The definitions are just so confusing and sometimes contradictory. What is an external node?????????????????????????????Can you tell me that???
All the notations and variable names are being thrown around arbitrarily. His code is just not for human to read. How much time have I wasted just to figure out what is a,b,c,d,u,v,w,m??? Absolutely horrible book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good book even marked as used, like new. Will like to try cheap used book in the future buy.Published on February 21, 2014 by Feng Ding
I'll just say this, our prof uses this book for our CS class, and uses the book's code for our programming assignments, and we are given a tree interface (to implement as an... Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Antoine
I strongly recommend this textbook to all students who will take the courses relate to data structure or database. It is very helpful to everybody.Published on September 18, 2012 by Ethan1985
I bought this version because I read that the student version had many errors.
I checked a few chapters and it has errors, which make me think that they didn't fix... Read more