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Additional Features

Chapter Goals A set of goals presented at the beginning of each chapter helps the students assess what they will learn. These goals are tested in the exercises at the end of each chapter.

Chapter Exercises Most chapters have more than 35 exercises. They vary in levels of difficulty, including short programming problems, the analysis of algorithms, and problems to test the student's understanding of concepts. Approximately one-third of the exercises are answered in the back of the book. The answer key for the remaining exercises is in the Instructor's Guide.

Case Studies There are seven case studies. Each includes a problem description, an analysis of the problem input and required output, and a discussion of the appropriate data types to use. Several of the case studies are completely coded and tested. Others are left at various stages in their development, requiring the student to complete and test the final version.

Program Disk The specification and implementation of each class representing an ADT is available on a program disk that can be downloaded, free of charge, from the Jones and Bartlett Student Diskette Page on the World Wide Web (www.jbpub.com/disks). The source code for the completed case studies and the partial source code for the others is also available.

Instructor Support Material Instructor teaching tools and resources are available on the web at http://computerscience.jbpub.com/cppDataStructures. On this site you will find:



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