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Simulational Sensation with C++
Author(s): Vivek Kumar

ISBN:    978-81-8487-006-0 
Publication Year:   2011
Pages:   240
Binding:   Paper Back
Dimension:   160mm x 240mm
Weight:   290


About the book

Simulational Sensation with C++ mainly emphasises on two goals. First, teaching how to display the inner happenings of a process or a program logic, called ‘simulation’. Secondly, how to program using OOPs i.e. the proper way of programming in Object Oriented Languages, especially C++. This book contains a variety of standard programming problems from various fields of computer science like data structures, operating systems, graphics, numerical methods etc and demonstrates these problems in a step by step sequence. It starts by defining every problem, discussing the core logic to solve the problem, a formal algorithm, source code of the problem and finally, the screen outputs.

Key Features

  • • Problems used from various fields of computer science never before integrated in a single book. • Tells the art of using a naming convention while programming.

Table of Contents

Preface / Preliminary: Book Organization / Convention Used / Code Organization / Let’s Warm Up…: Army Age Problem / Calculating 0’s in Factorial N / Drunkard Motion Problem / Data Structure Based Problems: 8 Queens Problem / Joshepus Problem / Binary Search Tree & Duplicate Elimination / Sorting Simulations / Operating Systems: CPU Scheduling / Dynamic Memory Management Simulation / Page Replacement Simulation / Numerical Methods: Numerical Methods Simulations / Graphical Simulations: Rules of Life / Fractal Programming / References / Appendix A: Method Summary / Appendix B: Short Hand / Appendix C: User Defined Methods / Index.


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