### Lecture Notes On Stacks & Queues

Stacks & Queues L9.2 the top of the stack to make the stack bigger, and remove items from the top as well to make the stack smaller. This makes stacks a LIFO (Last In First Out) data structure – the data we have put in last is what we will get out ﬁrst. Before we consider the implementation to a data structure it is helpful to consider the ...

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Data Structures 69 15. Queue Queue is an abstract data structure, somewhat similar to Stacks. Unlike stacks, a queue is open at both its ends. One end is always used to insert data (enqueue) and the other is used to remove data (dequeue). Queue follows First-In-First-Out methodology, i.e., the data item stored first will be accessed first.

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### Stacks And Queues - Courses.cs.washington.edu

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### Csci 210: Data Structures Stacks And Queues

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### RESEARCH PAPER ON STACK AND QUEUE - Ijirt

Stacks and Queues • Fundamental “abstract” data types • abstract, i.e. we think of their interface and functionality; the implementation may vary • Interface: • stacks and queues handle a collection of elements • operations: • insert(e) • remove() • isEmpty() • getSize() • Stacks • only last element can be deleted

### STACKS,QUEUES AND LINKED LISTS

Stacks and Queues 6 A bit of history • Polish notation (or prefix notation) introduced by Polish mathematician Jan Lukasiewicz (1878-1956). • Reverse polish notation (postfix notation) should be called “Zciweisakul” • Question: What data structure would you use to write a program to go from “lukasiewicz” to “zciweisakul”?

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Stacks and Queues Fundamental “abstract” data types • we think of them conceptually in terms of their interface and functionality • we use them as building blocks in problems without pinning down an implementation (the implementation may vary) Interface: • Stacks and Queues handle a collection of elements • Operations: • insert(e)