ADA, Object-Oriented Techniques, and Concurrency in Teaching Data Structures and File Management
Final rept. 25 Sep 92-24 Sep 93,
KUTZTOWN UNIV PA
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This project examined the use of Ada in teaching Data Structures and File Management. The object-based features of Ada, its packaging mechanism, and generic capabilities were used to develop reusable packages for a variety of data and file structures. These packages were used in so41-ware applications to illustrate software development for already existing code. Developed packages included singly and doubly-linked list stacks queues general binary search trees AVL-trees directed, weighted graphs with traversal random files B-tree files B-tree files and hash files. ADA, Data structures, File structures, Object-oriented, Reusable code, Generic packages.
- Computer Programming and Software