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linked list

[′liŋkt ′list]
(computer science)

linked list

(programming)
A data structure in which each element contains a pointer to the next element, thus forming a linear list.

A doubly linked list contains pointers to both the next and previous elements.

linked list

In data management, a group of items, each of which points to the next item. It allows for the organization of a sequential set of data in noncontiguous storage locations.
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3] coordinates are used in creating linked lists of particles in cells prior to the force calculations.
For larger N, use an array of size near M indexed by the high order bits of the data, of pointers to sorted linked lists containing (the low order bits of) the data.
A two-way analysis of variance was performed for both measures (errors and time) on the data for the stack PUSH operation, with a mean effect of data structure (array versus linked list versus array and linked list) and with "blocking" on individuals.
A high-performance five-channel DMA engine, supporting linked lists and 1D/2D block moves, allows fast and efficient data transfer between memory, PCI and peripherals on and off chip.
The devices are designed to greatly increase memory bandwidth compared with existing SRAM solutions and will serve as the main memory for look-up tables, linked lists, and controller buffer memory.
The devices are designed to greatly increase memory bandwidth compared to existing SRAM solutions in applications such as switches and routers, and will typically be used for look-up tables, linked lists and controller buffer memory.
The devices are designed to greatly increase memory bandwidth compared to existing SRAM solutions in applications such as switches and routers, and will serve as the main memory for look-up tables, linked lists and controller buffer memory.
h++ furnishes a powerful set of fundamental C++ data structures and collection classes, including sets, bags, sorted collections, strings, regular expressions, dates and times, linked lists, and extensible virtual streams for persistence.
These channels can operate in chained mode via linked lists of records, a key feature for communications applications, where several packets that constitute a message need to be interlinked.