2020, Vol. 5, Issue 5, Part B
Analysis of data structures of unified algebraAuthor(s):
Dr. Daya Shankar PratapAbstract:
For contrast, a set represents a collection of objects in a package or container. The contents of a set is a bunch. These vague descriptions are made precise as follows. A data structure is a collection, or aggregate, of data. The kinds of structuring we consider are packaging and indexing. These two kinds of structure give us four data structures.
1.unpackaged, unindexed: bunch
2.packaged, unindexed: set
3.unpackaged, indexed: string
4.packaged, indexed: list
Any binary or number is an elementary bunch, or element. Pages: 114-117 | Views: 451 | Downloads: 10Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Daya Shankar Pratap. Analysis of data structures of unified algebra. Int J Stat Appl Math 2020;5(5):114-117.