In the absence of a good textbook for my graduate data structures class, I've put together another collection of Wikipedia articles as Book:Fundamental Data Structures. A lot of what I cover in my course is in there, along with a few other topics that I haven't covered. There was also already a different collection on a similar topic, but I tried to make this one a bit more focused only on the most basic and important abstract data types — some of the things I cover later in the course such as persistence, geometric range searching or lowest common ancestors are omitted.


ext_834481: Nice work
This looks like an excellent collection. Teaching undergrad data structures for the last two years has got me working on a similar project (, though mine more closely resembles a traditional textbook. I've also found a couple of other ones: