Best Reference Books – Data and File Structures

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Data and File Structures subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Data and File Structures along with reviews.

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1. “MCS-021 Data And File Structures” by Dinesh Verma and Vijay Singhal

“MCS-021 Data And File Structures” Book Review: This book consists of five chapters on data and file structures-Analysis Of Algorithm, Data Structure Advanced Data Structure, Searching & Sorting and File Organization. The chapters are in the form of notes that will help the students prepare for competition exams. Apart from that it includes solved and unsolved multiple choice questions from previous years examinations. This help book will be useful for first and second year undergraduate students.

2. “Computer Science With C++ Concepts File Handling Data Structures – Vol. I and II” by Sumita Arora

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“Computer Science With C++ Concepts File Handling Data Structures – Vol. I and II” Book Review: This book is a detailed and complete guide to C++ concepts. It contains the base lessons of C++ that anyone can use to learn this computer language. Detailed information related to Data Structure and File Handling is also included in the book. It contains schematic data representation to make it easy for students to learn concepts easily. Apart from that, the book contains pictorial representations of different buses and circuits. This book is useful for students and teachers of computer science programs.

3. “Data and File Structures” by Zakiya Malek

“Data and File Structures” Book Review: This book discusses the various types of data structures through C language. Each chapter presents step by step development of algorithms and implementation of data structures. Types of data structures such as array, linked list, stack, queue, tree and graph are discussed with graphical approach. Sorting and searching methods are covered comprehensively. The book also deals with advanced tree and hashing. In addition, file organizations are also discussed. It also includes solved and unsolved problems to illustrate the concepts and to make the students understand the concepts in a better way. The book is useful for undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma level students of computer applications, computer science and computer engineering.

4. “Data and File Structure (GTU)” by Rohit Khurana

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“Data and File Structure (GTU)” Book Review: This book describes data and file structure using C. It begins with an introduction to data structures, including data management concepts. The book then moves on to present linear data structures such as arrays, stacks, structures, queues, linked lists and their applications. It then describes the non-linear data structures―trees and graphs and their applications. Finally, the text discusses hashing and file structures, including collision–resolution techniques and file organization. The book is designed for undergraduate students of computer engineering at Gujarat Technological University (Gtu).

5. “Data Management and File Structures” by Loomis

“Data Management and File Structures” Book Review: This book focuses on the theoretical concepts and practical applications of data management and file structures. It discusses the principles of data management and file processing in a comprehensive manner. The readers will understand the complex and fast evolving technology of information handling. The book also makes the reader familiarized with the mathematics of data management and file structures. This book is useful for undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma level students of computer applications, computer science and computer engineering.

6. “Data Structures And Files” by S K Gondhalekar and V J Dharkar

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“Data Structures And Files” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive study of data structures and files. The book has been divided into six chapters. Chapter 1 deals with the preliminaries that are required to appreciate the need for studying data structures. Chapter 2 presents the linear class of data structures. Chapter 3 deals with the important nonlinear structures. Advanced data structures such as balanced search trees, heaps etc. have been explained in detail in Chapter 4. Algorithms are provided for each operation to be performed on these data structures to impart a practice-oriented knowledge to the students. The book is useful for data scientists, undergraduate and graduate students of computer engineering and computer science.

7. “Data Structure and Files” by Rajesh Shukla

“Data Structure and Files” Book Review: This book teaches the readers to develop programming and algorithm analysis skills so that they are able to design programs with maximum efficiency. C language has been used in the book to permit the execution of basic data structures in a variety of ways. The book includes various application based programming examples for clarity of the concepts. Summary and exercises at the end of each chapter are also included for the students to test their understanding of the subject matter. In addition, the book includes university question papers with answers to prepare the students for the exams. This book is useful for students and teachers of computer science programs.

8. “Data and File Structures Using C” by Reema Thareja

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“Data and File Structures Using C” Book Review: This book discusses the various types of data structures through C language. Each chapter presents step by step development of algorithms and implementation of data structures. Types of data structures such as array, linked list, stack, queue, tree and graph are discussed with graphical approach. Sorting and searching methods are covered comprehensively. The book also deals with advanced tree and hashing. In addition, file organizations are also discussed. It also includes solved and unsolved problems to illustrate the concepts and to make the students understand the concepts in a better way. The book is useful for data analysts as well as students and teachers of computer engineering.

9. “The Design and Implementation of a Log-structured file system (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” by Mendel Rosenblum

“The Design and Implementation of a Log-structured file system (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” Book Review: This book focuses on the technological changes and how these influence the computer systems research. It discusses how technology changes alter the characteristics of the underlying hardware components of the system and new techniques need to be developed to avoid such a situation. Various challenges such as the unbalanced scaling of hardware component technologies are also addressed. At the end ways to overcome these challenges are discussed. The book is useful for students and teachers of computer science as well as data scientists and developers.

10. “Files and Data Structures with Cobol” by James R Mensching

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“Files and Data Structures with Cobol” Book Review: This book focuses on developing files and data structures using Cobol programming. It starts with simple examples and then gets into the details of programming. The book provides a blend of theoretical and practical learning to the readers. Advanced data structures such as balanced search trees, heaps etc. are also explained in detail. Algorithms are provided for each operation to be performed on these data structures to impart a practice-oriented knowledge to the students. The book is useful for data scientists, undergraduate and graduate students of computer engineering and computer science.

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