Stack Algorithm

Considered as a linear data structure, or more abstractly a sequential collection, the push and pop operations happen only at one end of the structure, referred to as the top of the stack. In computer science, a stack is an abstract data type that serves as a collection of components, with two principal operations: push, which adds an component to the collection, and pop, which removes the most recently added component that was not yet removed. like concepts were developed, independently, by Charles Leonard Hamblin in the first half of 1954 and by Wilhelm Kämmerer in 1958.Stacks are often described by analogy to, a spring-loaded stack of plates in a cafeteria. Klaus Samelson and Friedrich L. Bauer of Technical University Munich proposed the idea of a stack in 1955 and filed a patent in 1957.In March 1988, at a time when Samelson was already dead, Bauer received the IEEE computer pioneer prize for the invention of the stack principle.

Stack source code, pseudocode and analysis