Consist of nodes, where each node contains data and a reference (link) to next node in a circular and singly linked list, and a reference (link) to the previous node in a doubly linked list.

1. Implementing StacksStack incorporated using linked list can function for an infinite number of values. This means stack can functions for variable size of data. So, there’s no need to revise size at start.

2. Queues using Linked ListQueue incorporated using linked list can function for an infinite number of values. This means queue can functions for variable size of data. So, there’s no need to revise size at start.

4. Implementing Hash TablesHash Table Chaining in Java is achieved using Doubly or Single Linked List. It prevents collisions caused by various keys mapping to the exact position provided by the Hash function.

5. Portray a Polynomial with a Linked ListA polynomial can be represented using a linked list. Every node in the linked list contains two data fields, coefficient and power, thus denoting a polynomial term.

6. Large-Number-ArithmeticDouble-linked list is used to conduct large number arithmetic. LargeInt class incorporates dynamic physical structure to stow each digit of large integers, and perform arithmetic operations on them.