Active Data Structures

  title={Active Data Structures},
  author={Gregory R. Andrews and David P. Dobkin and Peter J. Downey},
Data structures have traditionally been regarded as passive software objects implemented by procedures and as having only one view, i.e., only a single set of access functions for manipulation. The advent of microprocessor technology suggests that we rethink our previous models of data structures. This leads to a different approach in which data structures are active and provide multiple views to users. Both these ideas imply that data structures will be implemented by processes. This makes it… CONTINUE READING

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