STACKS AND SLOTS IN PROGRAMMING

Lesson Summary:
Students will learn the concept of stack and slots programming through practical training.

Lesson Objective:
To provide students with relevant tools for building stacks and slots using object oriented programming.

Stack and slots are a common feature in algorithms that require some arrangement of data items. For example, coffee is normally packed in stacks in coffee factories in many villages in Kenya. Students should be able to design various stacks and slots using platforms like Java Netbeans. They will then test performance of their applications and write a report. But first, they must read the theory in chapter 2 of Dr William C. Jones e-book located at http://www.cs.ccsu.edu/~jones/book.htm
They will download all the necessary resources from this website and use their laptops and PCs in the computer lab to do this activity.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ronald Waweru Mwangi is a Lecturer at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
I am an associate professor of computing at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in Kenya. I teach courses like Simulation and Modelling, Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence to both undergraduate and graduate students.


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