ASE2 CARD CATALOG ENTRY
17 October 1996
This collection contains data structure that make extensive use of Ada'95 features. The current version contains examples of stacks, lists (recursive and positional paradigms) binary trees (recursive and positional paradigms), and N-ary trees (recursive only). Future versions will include sets, digraphs, priority queues, and others.
Software developers may find the suite of lists and recursive binary trees of some interest, for two reasons. First, these packages make use of the Ada'95 "aliased", "'Access", and "access all" features to implement recursive data structures. Second, the suites of recursive list and recursive binary tree packages are each derived from a single package. That is, only one package actually implements the data structure, derived packages provide various levels of user-developer visibility. Eventually every component suite will be implemented in an analogous manner.
This work is supported through DISA grant DCA100-94-1-005.
17 April 1995, Ver. 1.00, Basic Packages 21 April 1995, Ver. 1.01, Reorganized files 25 April 1995, Ver. 1.02, Corrections to make all software GNAT 2.04 compatible 27 June 1995, Ver. 2.03, Update to GNAT 2.06 1 Nov 1995 Ver 2.00 Addition of polymorphic components 1 April 1996 Ver 3.00 Update of generic components to GNAT 3.00 17 October 1996 Ver 4.00 Update to GNAT 3.04/3.05 and modification of polymorphic components
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