Computer Education for all provides complete lectures series on Data Structure and Applications which covers Introduction to Data Structure and its Types including all Steps involves in Data Structures:-
Data Structure and algorithm
Linear Data Structures and Non-Linear
Data Structure on Stack
Data Structure on Arrays
Data Structure on Queue
Data Structure on Linked List
Data Structure on Tree
Data Structure on Graphs
Abstract Data Types
Introduction to Algorithms
Classifications of Algorithms
Algorithm Growth Function
Two dimensional Arrays
Three Dimensional Arrays
Operations on linked lists
Applications of linked lists
Doubly linked lists
Introductions to stacks
Operations on stack
Array based implementation of stack
Queue Data Structures
Operations on Queues
Linked list based implementation of queues
Application of Trees
Types of Binary Trees
Implementation of Binary Trees
Binary Tree Traversal
Binary Search Tree
Introduction to Sorting
Analysis of Sorting Algorithms
Applications of Graphs
Matrix representation of Graphs
Implementations of Graphs
Breadth First Search
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Great educational video providing a detail explanations about the different computer languages and how they are used for data structure and applications. Where I can get in writing the presentation. Computer Education for All have a great use of YouTube and Facebook. I was looking for the information provided in this video.
After showing the implementation of array and string operations(and maybe more, I haven't got there yet) you told that the detailed coding for all methods are given in the demonstration. I couldn't catch it, where is the demonstration actually? And how can I get it?
Shall be very grateful to know that.
Honestly without examples some content is difficult to understand. Like ADT advantages. I guess I need learn an oop language to better understand the content of this video. I know C I know structures but I don't know about encapsulation. The reason I decided to learn about data structures was understanding OOP a bit because I don't understand the oop. What are constructors for instance. Why is creating an object isn't enough and there is a need for a constructor. Don't know. I would really like to read about all these concepts in a chronological order. I am convinced the only way I can truly understand the oop concepts is learning the story behind their invention.
This seems like a very well made collection of lectures. I am of electrical background but took up AI this semester without having much knowledge of computer programming except for some basic C programming. Are these videos enough to know what I need to know before starting AI. Replies would be highly appreciated.
Excellent Contents! Ignore all the negative comments, people are just greedy. This video is long, detailed and so much effort went into it, I am actually honoured to receive such a good education from this video. -> I have spent 3 months at University doing algorithms and data structures, and I learned almost nothing, it was completely abstract, this video perfectly blends concepts, maths, arguments explanations code examples and is just really really good.
Anyone who has spent tens or hundreds of thousands of pounds for education and can compare the quality of this video and its contents vs university teaching will tell you that this video is more valuable than gold or diamonds.
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1:53:17 - The sorting of linked list.
The variable "q" is not initialised properly, so "q->next" is accessing any trash located somewhere in the memory. In other words, the code of sorting doesn't work.
Correct me if I'm wrong but the explanation of shell sort in this video is incorrect. Shell sort is performing an insertion sort on the subarray of elements a whose distance is the increment. What's explained here is a kind of bubble sort on that subarray that doesn't actually work. The pseudocode might still be correct, however.
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