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"Abstract data types" is a book by Nell B. Dale.
- also known as "Abstract data types: specifications, implementations, and applications"
Abstract Data Types a.k.a. Abstract data type: In computer science, an abstract data type is a mathematical model for a certain class of data structures that have similar behavior; or for certain data types of one or more programming languages that have similar semantics. An abstract data type is defined only by the operations that may be performed on it and by mathematical pre-conditions and constraints on the effects of those operations. They were first proposed by Barbara Liskov and Stephen N. Zilles in 1974.
- also known as 抽象資料型別
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by Andrew Butterfield, Gerard Ekembe Ngondi, Anne Kerr
The concept developed as a programming construct to support *information hiding and *abstract data types ...
by Derrick Morris
Classes are analogous to abstract data types, and consist of definitions of the data structures needed to represent an instance (or an object) of the class, along with the operations that can be performed on an instance. Smalltalk (Goldberg and ...
by Edwin D. Reilly
that provide collections of resources with hidden implementation to the user, but are not actually abstract data types. Object-oriented languages such as C++ (q.v.) and Eiffel provide ...
Encyclopedia of Optimization (2008)
by Christodoulos A. Floudas, Panos M. Pardalos
Implementation Methods One of the simplest ways to implement automatic differentiation is to use a language like CJ'Jr that supports the definition of abstract data types and operator overloading. Then the automatic differentiation system ...
Volume 66 - Supplement 29 - Automated System for the Generation of Document Indexes to Volume Visualization by Allen Kent
Offer abstract data types, encapsulation methods, polymorphism, and late binding. Done through generalization, aggregation, and specialization relationships. Also provide the ability to specify rules and extended constraints. OO systems ...
by Dennis Longley, Martin Shain
The commands available to the programmer are far more versatile, operating upon abstract data types as opposed to bit patterns within the computer, and there is a clear distinction between data and program code. The input and output of ...
by Wang, John
More recentefforts have focused on supporting imprecise queries overrelational databases by introducing ADTs (abstract data types) –for allowingstorage and retrieval of non-standard data such as images, documents etc., and extending the ...
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