doubly linked list


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doubly linked list

(programming)
A data structure in which each element contains pointers to the next and previous elements in the list, thus forming a bidirectional linear list.
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According to the combined redundancies of group encoding [23], a doubly linked list coding method is proposed.
The initial code is optimized according to the doubly linked list packing method.
For the problem of assigning a virtual machine to physical machine, a new coding method based on group information and doubly linked list nodes is used.