|Algorithms and Data Structures|
and JDSL Documentation
Throughout the course we will be using the Java Data Structures Library (jdsl), as used in DSAJ
In order to run the course on your home PC you will have to take a copy of the jdsl and install it on your machine. You can get a local copy below or you can go to the book's web site to get a remote copy.
Generally, jdsl is a collection
of interfaces, defining the methods that certain data structures must have.
For example you might look at the Stack
interface given in the jdsl, and then visit my implementation of the Stack
interface using an Array.