I have seen many data structures like stacks, queue, binary search tree, avl tree etc.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Except stack and queue do we actually use these data structure outside the field of computers?

Suppose I want to store by books(or any other stuff) according to some priority I would not use a binary heap to store my things, will I? I will just keep them in sorted order.

So the question is - that are these data structures only optimal for computers or can they be used outside computers too?

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# Do we use these data structures?

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