JNTUK R20 1-2 Data Structures Material PDF & Full Notes Download
Data Structures In C Pdf : Students enrolled in the CSE/IT branches at JNTUK R20 can download unit-wise R20 1-2 Data Structures materials/notes in PDF form by following the link below.
Data Structures In C Pdf | Data Structures Syllabus
The objectives of this course are to:
- Introduce the basic concepts of data structures and abstract data types
- Stress the importance of data structures in creating and implementing efficient algorithms
- Explain how data structures, such as arrays, records, linked systems, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs, are represented in memory and utilized by algorithms.
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
- Understand the properties, interfaces, and behaviours of basic abstract data types
- Analyze the computational efficiency of the main algorithms for sorting and searching
- Utilize arrays, records, linked structures, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs in programming
- Apply various methods for traversing trees.
- Definition and classification of data structures
- Operations on data structures
- Abstract data types (ADT)
- Introduction to algorithms, including time and space complexity
- Searching algorithms: linear search, binary search, Fibonacci search
- Sorting algorithms: insertion sort, selection sort, exchange (bubble sort, quick sort), distribution (radix sort), and merging (merge sort) algorithms.
Data Structures In C Pdf – UNIT-1 | Reference-2
- Introduction to linked lists
- Single linked lists, including representation in memory and operations such as insertion, deletion, search, and traversal
- Reversing Single linked lists and applications such as polynomial expression representation, addition and multiplication, and sparse matrix representation
- Advantages and disadvantages of single linked lists
- Double-linked lists, including insertion and deletion
- Circular linked lists, including insertion and deletion.
Data Structures In C Pdf – UNIT-2 | Reference-2
- Introduction to queues and representation using arrays and linked lists, including implementation of columns using these methods
- Applications of queues, including circular queues, deques, priority queues, and multiple queues
- Introduction to stacks and representation using arrays and linked lists, including operations on stacks using these methods
- Applications of stacks, including reversing lists, calculating factorials, converting infix to postfix expressions, and evaluating postfix expressions.
Data Structures In C Pdf – UNIT-3 | Reference-2
- Basic terminology related to trees
- Binary trees, including properties and representation using arrays and linked lists
- Binary search trees (BST), including basic concepts, operations such as insertion and deletion, tree traversals, and applications such as expression trees and heap sort
- Balanced binary trees, including AVL trees, insertion, deletion, and rotations.
Data Structures Syllabus – UNIT-4 | Reference-2
- Basic concepts of graphs
- Representation of graphs using adjacency matrix and linked list
- Graph traversals, including breadth-first and depth-first traversals
- Applications of graphs, including algorithms for finding minimum spanning trees (Prim’s and Kruskal’s algorithms), shortest path (Dijkstra’s algorithm), transitive closure, and Warshall’s algorithm.
Data Structures Syllabus – UNIT-5 | Reference-2
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- “Data Structures Using C,” 2nd Edition, by Reema Thareja (Oxford)
- “Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C,” 2nd Edition, by Mark Allen Weiss
- “Fundamentals of Data Structures in C,” 2nd Edition, by Horowitz and Sahni (Universities Press)
- “Data Structures: A Pseudocode Approach,” 2nd Edition, by Richard F. Gilberg and Behrouz A. Forouzon (Cengage)
- “Data Structures with C,” by Seymour Lipschutz (TMH)