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Alan Hermin
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Hi ranches.......
do you think that mastering and good undersatnding for different DataStructers and algorithims can help me very good in developing my applications.
if that,, can some one help me what the resource(book) can help me for java & algorithims...
thanks....
Ulf Dittmer
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A good understanding of data structures and algorithms will help in many places, especially if you are concerned about performance (which I assume you are, because you're porting in the Performance forum).

A book I liked a lot is "Introduction to Algorithms" by Cormen/Leiserson/Rivest.
Alan Hermin
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Thanks ....
i concerning in performance,,,,,but does the memory managment includes in the performance.......
thanks...
Dave Wingate
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"Memory management" usually refers to the Operating System's strategy for serving up memory resources to a program running on the OS. From the OS perspective, memory management includes considerations such as caching strategies and page replacement policies.

Wikipedia has some info on memory management.


Fun programming etcetera!
Alan Hermin
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oh then,what do you mean of performance
 
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