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Coding With Data Structures From Basics


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Last updated 7/2021
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Hands on Implementation / Coding with Data Structures

What you'll learn
Data Structures programming,

C language

A data structure is a collection of data values, the relationships among them, and the functions or operations that can be applied to the data. Different types of data structures are suited to different kinds of applications, and some are highly specialized to specific task. Data structures provide a means to manage large amounts of data efficiently. Efficient data structures are key to designing efficient algorithms. Data structures can be used to organize the storage and retrieval of information stored in both main memory and secondary memory.Data structures serve as the basis for ADT. The ADT (Abstract Data Types) defines the logical form of the data type. Data structures are based on the ability of a computer to fetch and store data at any place in its memory, specified by a pointer. The array and record data structures are based on computing the addresses of data items with arithmetic operations. The linked data structures are based on storing addresses of data items within the structure itself. The implementation of a data structure usually requires writing a set of procedures that create and manipulate instances of that structure. A linked list is a linear collection of data elements whose order is not given by their physical placement in memory. Each element points to the next. It is a data structure consisting of a collection of nodes which together represent a sequence. Each node contains: data, and a link to the next node in the sequence. This structure allows for efficient insertion or removal of elements from any position in the sequence during iteration.Following topics are covered as part of hands-on / Live coding videos :Linked Lists (LL) Implementation / Coding:Concept of linkCreating a Linked List (LL)Appending a node to LLDisplay of LLLength of LL (count)Reversing of LLSorting Adding node at Start of LLInserting node in between of LLDeleting a nodeCreating a Double LLAppending a node to Double LLDisplay of Double LLLength of Double LL (count)Reversing of Double LLInserting a node in between a Double LLRotate Double LLCount Pairs with criteria for a Double LLQuestions Circular LL overview (access pointers)Creating a Circular LLAdding node at Start Circular LL (approach 1)Traversal / Display Circular LL (approach 1)Inserting node in between a Circular LL (approach 1)Deleting a node Adding node at End Circular LL (approach 2)Traversal / Display Circular LL (approach 2)Circular LL - Queue (Adding Node)Circular LL - Queue (Removing Node)QuestionsStacks (Implementation / Coding):Stack overviewStack with ArrayExpressionsEvaluation of Postfix expression Infix to Post fixEvaluation of Prefix overview. infix to prefix overviewApplication: Finding next big elementStack using Linked ListReversing Stack with Linked ListQuestionsQueues (Implementation / Coding) :Queue OverviewQueue using ArrayPriority Queue with ArrayQueue using Linked ListPriority Queue using Double Linked ListQuestionsRecursionRecursion Overview, Phases, TypesRecursive FunctionsLinked List operations using RecursionQuestionsTreesBinary TreesTree TraversalsInorderpreorderpostorderBinary Search Trees (BST)BST - InsertionBST - Insertion & TraversalsTraversals ExplainedBST - SearchSearch operationsBST DeletionDeletion casesBinary Tree to BST conversionIdentify a Tree to be BSTIdentify zero, one child nodes of BSTQuestionsSortingSelection SortSelection Sort AnalysisBubble SortBubble Sort AnalysisInsertion SortInsertion Sort AnalysisQuick SortQuick Sort AnalysisQuick Sort, Merge Sort DiscussionQuestionsTopics of Data Structures and interaction

Section 1: Linked List (Implementation / Coding)

Lecture 1 About DS Course

Lecture 2 Summarizing DS Topics about Live Coding (/ Hands-on)

Lecture 3 Before understanding Linked List

Lecture 4 Concept of Link

Lecture 5 Linked List

Lecture 6 Creating Linked List (1)

Lecture 7 Creating Linked List (2)

Lecture 8 Display of Linked List, Count

Lecture 9 Reversing Approach

Lecture 10 Reversing Linked List

Lecture 11 Sorting of Linked List

Lecture 12 Add New node at Start

Lecture 13 Insert New node after a position

Lecture 14 Delete a node from the list

Lecture 15 Create Double Linked List (Double LL)

Lecture 16 Double LL: Display and Count

Lecture 17 Reversing a Double LL

Lecture 18 Insert a New node after a position in Double LL

Lecture 19 Double LL: Rotation (1)

Lecture 20 Double LL: Rotation (2)

Lecture 21 Double LL: Counting Pairs with a criteria

Lecture 22 Questions

Lecture 23 Data Structure Topics and Interaction

Lecture 24 Circular LL - overview

Lecture 25 Create LL, Add at Begin via front

Lecture 26 Display (Traversal) via front

Lecture 27 Insert node after an Element via front

Lecture 28 Delete node with key via front

Lecture 29 Add at End via rear, Display

Lecture 30 Create, Add to queue (Circular LL), Display

Lecture 31 Remove from queue (Circular LL), Display

Lecture 32 Questions

Section 2: Stacks (Implementation / Coding)

Lecture 33 Stack Overview

Lecture 34 Stack using array

Lecture 35 Application: Handling Expressions

Lecture 36 Evaluation of Postfix expression Overview

Lecture 37 Evaluation of Postfix expression Implementation

Lecture 38 Infix to Postfix Overview

Lecture 39 Infix to Postfix Implementation

Lecture 40 Prefix Evaluation and Infix to Prefix - Overview

Lecture 41 Application: Finding Next Big Element

Lecture 42 Stack using Linked List (LL)

Lecture 43 Reversing Stack using Linked List

Lecture 44 Questions

Section 3: Queues (Implementation / Coding)

Lecture 45 Queues Overview

Lecture 46 Queue using Array

Lecture 47 Priority Queue (1)

Lecture 48 Priority Queue (2)

Lecture 49 Queue using Linked List

Lecture 50 Priority Queue using Double Linked List

Lecture 51 Questions

Section 4: Recursion, Linked List Ops with Recursion

Lecture 52 Recursion Overview

Lecture 53 Recursive Functions, Phases

Lecture 54 LL Operations using Recursion (1)

Lecture 55 LL Operations using Recursion (2)

Lecture 56 Questions (& Discussion)

Section 5: Trees (Implementation / Coding)

Lecture 57 Binary Trees (1)

Lecture 58 Binary Trees (2)

Lecture 59 Tree Traversals (1)

Lecture 60 Binary Tree Traversals (2)

Lecture 61 Binary Tree Traversals (3)

Lecture 62 Binary Search Tree (BST) - Overview

Lecture 63 BST - Insertion Overview

Lecture 64 BST- Insert (Non Recursive)

Lecture 65 BST - Insert (Recursive)

Lecture 66 BST Traversal Explanation

Lecture 67 BST - Insert with Traversals (1)

Lecture 68 BST - Insert with Traversals (2)

Lecture 69 BST - Search (/Find) Overview

Lecture 70 BST - Search (1)

Lecture 71 BST - Search (2)

Lecture 72 BST - Deletion Overview

Lecture 73 BST Delete (1)

Lecture 74 BST Delete (2)

Lecture 75 Binary Tree to BST Conversion

Lecture 76 Identify Tree to be BST

Lecture 77 Identify Zero, One child Nodes of BST

Lecture 78 Questions

Section 6: Sorting

Lecture 79 Selection Sort, Analysis

Lecture 80 Bubble Sort, Analysis

Lecture 81 Insertion Sort (1)

Lecture 82 Insertion Sort (2), Analysis

Lecture 83 Quick Sort Overview

Lecture 84 Quick Sort Implementation

Lecture 85 Quick Sort, Analysis, MergeSort Discussion

Lecture 86 Questions

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