Data abstraction : the object-oriented approach using C++Material type: TextPublication details: New York ; Singapore : McGraw-Hill, 1994Description: xxi, 666 p. : illustrationsISBN: 0071132317 ; 9780071132312Subject(s): Object-oriented programming (Computer science) | C++ (Computer program language)DDC classification: 005.73
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Part 1 The fundamentals: introduction; data abstraction and object-oriented programming; fundamental ideas and the class hierarchy; the collection and magnitude classes; using the fundamental structures. Part 2 The implementations: lists and linear structures; more linear structures; arrays as objects; tree as nodes and arcs; recursive structures and other advanced ideas; the most important magnitude classes; more collections. Part 3 The applications: program translation; program verification; database normalization. Appendix: memory usage.
Taking an object-oriented approach to teaching data abstraction using C++, this text consists of three main sections: an overview, presenting the principles of object-oriented design and development; the implementation of the various data abstractions, including 90 classes; and three case studies.