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For any questions please feel free to contact us! It covers many important algorithms and intuitions behind their design and timings. Aug 06, Mkfs rated it it was amazing. At a little over pages, 10 chapters, the book can realistically be read in about algirithms days in its entirety. I think the author has perfectly hit a sweet spot of importance, completeness and precision inlocked a package that is very readable. Rather than mathematical proofs, the author employs simple analogies and reasoning to explain the works of the algorithms.

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The answer is algorithms. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. A very easy read. Not for the newbies. Feb 02, Adel rated it it was amazing.

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Why Shop With Us? Even though I’ve been engaged in competitive programming ever since I started college, it was useful for me in some topics in which cormeen knowledge is admittedly shallow, as in cryptography and NP vs P problem. As for me, I studied this to whet my appetite before plunging headfirst into the massive tome that is CLRS.

More math than coding. Lists with This Book. Nov 03, Siddhant Shrivastava rated it it was amazing Shelves: A very good book for beginners, anyone who wants to know the basics should start with this book.

He didn’t assume much scientific or mathematical background knowledge for the readers. I’d recommend this book to anyone how wants to understand how computers solve problems.

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A nice organized book and friendly to people who have little computer science background.