Julian Bucknall - The Tomes of Delphi: Algorithms and Data Structures

29 September 2009

Delphi developer Julian Bucknall provides fellow developers a comprehensive overview of using algorithms and data structures from a practical perspective. Bucknall begins with a discussion of algorithm performance, and provides comprehensive coverage of such topics as arrays, linked lists, and binary trees. The book focuses on search algorithms—such as sequential and binary search—and sort algorithms—including bubble, insertion, Shell sort, quicksort, merge sort, and heapsort—along with techniques for optimization. Additionally, the author presents hashing and hash tables, priority queues, state machines and regular expressions, and data compression techniques such as Huffman and LZ77.

About the Author
Julian Bucknall is director of programming at TurboPower Software Company in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He writes the monthly column Algorithms Alfresco in The Delphi Magazine, and is also the author of the freeware library EZDSL.

Author....:Julian Bucknall
Title.....:The Tomes of Delphi: Algorithms and Data Structures
Paperback.:545 Pages
Publisher.:Wordware Publishing, Inc
Size......:3.1 MB




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