See it, learn it, do it... With Goodrich, Tamassia & Mount's highly visual, applied approach to data structures and algorithms--now in C++! Building on the extraordinary success of Data Structures and Algorithms in Java, 2/e, Michael Goodrich and Roberto Tamassia, together with C++ authority David Mount, bring you a new text covering data structures in C++. With this book, you will find a true C++ text, rather than a book translated from Java. Both the programming code and the appropriate concepts have been rewritten. DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS IN C++ helps you develop a wide spectrum of valuable skills, ranging from sound algorithm and data structure design, to effective application of analysis techniques, to clean and efficient implementation and coding of design in C++. The authors' highly visual, applied approach and extensive suite of Web-based learning tools give you the opportunity to see visual justifications of key analytic concepts, learn about the most recent advances in the field, and actually do program design using data structures. FEATURES Presents a consistent object-oriented perspective. Design patterns provide clear approaches for developing programs. "Visual Proofs" help you better understand complex analytic concepts. Animations on the text's Web site visually illustrate data structures and algorithms. Exercises offer numerous opportunities for hands-on learning at various level of rigor. The author's exceptionally clear writing style helps you understand even the most difficult mathematical concepts. Emphasizes the practical application of the latest software engineering practices. Web-based learning tools on the Companion Web Site www.wiley.com/college/goodrich include: - C++ code examples - Algorithm visualization tools that illustrate key concepts - Searchable database of additional exercises - A "Hint Server" that gives students help (but not answers) for problems in the textMichael T. Goodrich is the author of 'Data Structures and Algorithms in C++', published 2003 under ISBN 9780471202080 and ISBN 0471202088.