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Basic Data Structures and Algorithms in the Linux Kernel

Thanks to Vijay D'Silva's brilliant answer in I have been reading some of the famous data structures and algorithms used in the Linux Kernel. And so can you.

Links based on linux 2.6:

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De: Meg Ford Fecha: 2013-11-22 23:30

Neat :)

De: James Fecha: 2013-11-23 08:51

Oh sweet. This was a particularly useful post. It's great seeing the algorithms in context. You need a post about the "most obscure" algorithms in the Linux kernel.


De: Anónimo Fecha: 2013-11-24 00:53

Don't forget about brilliant timer wheels implementation

De: Rohit Fecha: 2013-11-25 03:36

One of the most valuable resources, I have ever come across. Must read for any programmer. Algorithms are often not paid any attention as programming language, but it's more important than them.

De: luisbg Fecha: 2013-11-25 16:54

I agree Rohit :)

Thanks James and Meg.

De: Manish Fecha: 2013-11-29 05:18

Thanks for this collection.

Along with the code, I believe some explanation is also needed for a better understanding perspective.

I have found one good read about Linked Lists in the kernel:

Please update other related references

De: dash Fecha: 2014-01-02 03:58

Thanks a lot!

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