The pseudo language used in CLRS has been updated alglrithms made a little more readable in 3rd edition. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. However, the density and detail of CLRS forced me to look for other books which presents the topic in a better manner.
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Computer algorithms--Textbooks. Vazirani umesh virkumar. Title QA9. San Diego. As a result, the topics were carefully selected and clustered. In other words, we emphasized rigor over formalism. We found that our students were much more receptive to mathematical rigor of this form. It is this progression of crisp ideas that helps weave the story Once you think about algorithms in this way, it makes sense to start at the his torical beginning of it all, where, in addition, the characters are familiar and the contrasts dramatic: numbers, primality, and factoring.
This is the subject of Part I of the book, which also includes the RSa cryptosystem, and divide-and-conquer algorithms for integer multiplication, sorting and median finding, as well as the fast Fourier transform. There are three other parts: Part Il, the most traditional section of the book, concentrates on data structures and graphs; the contrast here is between the intricate structure of the underlying problems and the short and crisp pieces of pseudocode that solve them Instructors wishing to teach a more traditional course can simply start with Part Il, which is self-contained following the prologue , and then cover part i as required.
In Parts I and ii we introduced certain techniques such Is greedy and divide-and-conquer which work for special kinds of problems; Part iii deals with the"Sledgehammers"of the trade, techniques that are powerful and general: dynamic programming a novel approach helps clarify this traditional stum- bling block for students and linear programming a clean and intuitive treatment of the simplex algorithm, duality, and reductions to the basic problem.
DPV, 算法的Dasgupta Papadimitriou和U V Vazirani
Algorithms – Mathematics & Computer Science by S. Dasgupta, C. H. Papadimitriou, and U. V. Vazirani