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Data structures in memory. Queues, lists, graphs, trees, etc.
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Head and Tail Lists - Collection of items where the primary access (or addition or removal of items) is at one end of the list or the other. Common terms are "stacks", "queues", "LIFO lists" "FIFO" lists.

Lists and Sets - Data structures implementing lists and sets.

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RFC0031 Binary Message Forms in Computer. [ 1968/02/01]

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Data Structures and Problem Solving Using Java (2nd Edition)
[Mark Allen Weiss; 2001-08-06] ISBN 0201748355
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C++ : An Introduction to Data Structures
[Novak, Jennifer and Markiewicz, Pete ; Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1999-01-21] ISBN 0023887257
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Practical Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms, Java Edition
[Clifford A. Shaffer; 1997-12-02] ISBN 0136609112
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Data Structures in Java
[Thomas A. Standish; 1997-08] ISBN 020130564X
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Data Structures and Program Design in C, Second Edition - introduction to data structures using the C programming language emphasizes problem specification and program design, analysis, testing, verification, and program correctness.
[Kressin, Mark ; Tondo, C. L. 1996-07-17] ISBN 013288366X
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Data Model Patterns : Conventions of Thought
[David C. Hay; 1995-11] ISBN 0932633293
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Fundamentals of Data Structures in C++
[Ellis Horowitz, et al; 1995-03] ISBN 0716782928
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Elements of Information Theory
[Thomas M. Cover, Joy A. Thomas; 1991-08-12] ISBN 0471062596
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Traditional, Semantic, and Hypersemantic Approaches to Data Modeling ( Walter D. Potter, Robert P. Trueblood ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1988-06)

- An overview is given of past present data-modeling trends, and future directions are identified. The three traditional and commonly used data models that gained wide acceptance in the late 1960s and early 1970s and are used extensively today, namely the relational, hierarchical, and network models, are reviewed. Semantic data models that attempt to enhance the representation of operational information by capturing more of the meaning about data values and relationships are described. Enhancements to semantic data models that characterize hypersemantic data models and emphasize capturing inferential relationships are discussed.

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gperf(1) - generate a perfect hash function from a key set {oss}

Man pages: FreeBSD RedHat
Source code: FreeBSD
gperf - Perfect hash generator for sets of key words (At comp.sources.unix at ISC)
gperf - Perfect hash generator for sets of key words (At comp.sources.unix at UUNET)

p5-Data-TemporaryBag-0.04 - Handle long size data using temporary file

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Array-RefElem-0.02 - Set up array elements as aliases

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Array-Compare-1.03 - Perl extension for comparing arrays

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Heap-0.50 - Perl extensions for keeping data partially sorted

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Tree-Nary-1.21 - Perl implementation of N-ary search trees

At FreeBSD Ports

nauty-2.0b9 - Brendan McKay's graph isomorphism tester

At FreeBSD Ports

avl-subs - REPOST AVL Tree subroutines (replaces v11i020 from 1987), {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at UUNET
AVL Tree subroutines (At comp.sources.unix at UUNET)

xxalloc - Multi-dimension dynamic array manipulation package {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at UUNET

queue - implementations of lists, tail queues, and circular queues, {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at UUNET

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p5-Graph-0.201 - Graph, the Perl module for graph operations

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Data-ShowTable-3.3 - Perl5 module to pretty-print arrays of data

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Array-IntSpan-1.01 - Module for handling arrays using IntSpan techniques

At FreeBSD Ports

libredblack-1.1.0 - Library that provides the red-black balanced tree algorithm

At FreeBSD Ports

libhash-1.0 - A library for manipulating hash tables

At FreeBSD Ports

py22-mhash-1.0 - Python mhash module

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Tree-DAG_Node-1.04 - Super class for representing nodes in a tree

At FreeBSD Ports

libvanessa_adt-0.0.2 - Library that provides ADTs (queues, dynamic arrays and more)

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-avl-0.1_1 - AVL tree class for Ruby

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Set-Scalar-1.17 - Perl module containing a set of scalars, including references

At FreeBSD Ports

libg++- - A libg++ container classes for EGCS and later versions of GCC

At FreeBSD Ports
libg++- - GNU C++ Class Library (At NetBSD packages collection)

p5-Set-NestedGroups-0.01 - Perl module for grouped data eg ACL's, city/state/country etc

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-graph-0.1.9 - Graph-related Ruby classes

At FreeBSD Ports

libavl-1.4.0 - A library for balanced binary trees

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-MLDBM-2.00 - Store multi-level hash structure in single level tied hash

At FreeBSD Ports
perl5 module for storing arbitrary data in tied hashes (At NetBSD packages collection)
MLDBM - Lets you store multidimensional hash structures in DBM files. (At CPAN)

Strucfil.H.Strucfil.C - Read/write structures to/from a file {oss}

At snippets.org

Circbuf.Hpp - C++ templates for circular/ring buffers {oss}

At snippets.org

splay-tree - Splay tree library {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at UUNET

xxalloc - Multi-dimension dynamic array manipulation package {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at ISC

queue - implementations of lists, tail queues, and circular queues {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at ISC

libwayne - Abstract Data Types & Algorithms in C {LGPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

libavl - Iterative AVL tree library with threaded variants {GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

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