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Advanced Data Structures 1st , Kindle Edition
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Bras's book touches on all data structures including all variants of queues, stacks, heaps, balanced trees, segment trees, tries and hash tables. Oh...and best of all, all his chapters have working examples in c. Very legible, very simple to use, and brutally efficient. (He actually uses some clever memory management tricks to optimize all his programs)
If you don't believe me, look at the code samples freely viewable on his website.
Reading this book helped me master the data structures field once and for all.
If you are a computer scientist that wants to master data structures in a hands on way, OR get started with low latency C programming OR wants to do well in a rigorous technical interview (like AMZN, GOOG, FB, GS etc) you probably want to read this book. On the other hand, if you are just looking to graduate, this may not be something you can handle!
All the data structures presented are analyzed in detail, and presented in a unified perspective. The exposition is clear and self-contained, which makes this book an excellent for an advanced undergraduate or graduate-level course. In addition, implementations in C are provided, with the code available from the author's site.
A special treat for the researcher is the extensive bibliography and detailed citations throughout the text, which make this book an extremely useful guide to the state-of-the art in data structures for the non-specialist.
One has to get used to the C++ code, but on the other hand it can be considered as a documentation of all the implementation details which normally are not found in textbooks on data structures.