## circular queue, Data Structure & Algorithms

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explain implementation of circular queue insert,delete operations

#### The threaded binary tree, By changing the NULL lines in a binary tree to th...

By changing the NULL lines in a binary tree to the special links called threads, it is possible to execute traversal, insertion and deletion without using either a stack or recursi

#### Algorithm, what algorithms can i use for the above title in my project desi...

what algorithms can i use for the above title in my project desing and implmentation of road transport booking system

#### Four applications or implementation of the stack, Q. Write down any four ap...

Q. Write down any four applications or implementation of the stack.                                     Ans. (i)       The Conversion of infix to postfix form (ii)

#### The data structure required to evaluate a postfix expression, The data stru...

The data structure needed to evaluate a postfix expression is  Stack

#### Binary search, An unsorted array is searched through linear search that sca...

An unsorted array is searched through linear search that scans the array elements one by one until the wanted element is found. The cause for sorting an array is that we search

#### Algorithm to evaluate expression given in postfix notation , Q. Write down ...

Q. Write down an algorithm to evaluate an expression given to you in postfix notation. Show the execution of your algorithm for the following given expression. AB^CD-EF/GH+/+*

#### Examination, Write an algorithm for binary search. What are its limitations...

Write an algorithm for binary search. What are its limitations? .

#### B-tree, Unlike a binary-tree, each node of a B-tree may have a number of ke...

Unlike a binary-tree, each node of a B-tree may have a number of keys and children. The keys are stored or saved in non-decreasing order. Each key has an related child that is the

#### Sorting algorithm for singly linked lists, Q. Which sorting algorithm can b...

Q. Which sorting algorithm can be easily adaptable for singly linked lists? Explain your answer as well.        Ans: The simple Insertion sort is sim

#### For loop, for (i = 0; i sequence of statements } Here, the loop e...

for (i = 0; i sequence of statements } Here, the loop executes n times. Thus, the sequence of statements also executes n times. Since we suppose the time complexity of th  