Want to Read saving…. Cormen , Charles E. Feb 08, Brad rated it really liked it. I’d say is a must-read for every software engineer and computer scientist. Personally I’d prefer to see the material in much more compact form, covering more of topics and more advanced or tricky algorithms and data structures.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Apr 27, Samantha rated it did not like it. Retrieved August 16, Sadly, trying to understand it’s lemma’s with the help of the appendices is not doable as they are even heavier than the things they algprithms to explain.
Also a very interesting read, although it does become a bit hard to follow at times. Apr 20, Kaung Htet Zaw rated it it was amazing. Want introducttion Read saving…. This article about a computer book or series of books is a stub. The indexes of the The content is good but I feel it’s more of a reference book than an introductory one.
That having been said I learned Network Flow algorithm by reading this book. Intro’s language is academic, but understandable. This is undoubtedly one of the most famous CS books out there. Don’t try to gobble everything up. View all 5 comments.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Open Preview See a Problem? I gave up on this book after its explanation on the FFT seemed like it was deliberately trying to make the whole of it completely unintelligible.
But still, this is a good book. Any Computer Science student would find b text an essential resource, even if not specifically required for course work.
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The text is covering an extremely abstract computer algorithm theories and fails to provided the needed information to support understanding of the material. View all 3 comments. Apr 07, Shawn Morel rated it it was ok. Jan 10, Harshil Lodhi rated it really liked it Shelves: Jan 10, Arif rated it really liked it Shelves: It just goes ahead and gives you the answers to what could have been medium difficulty questions since it’s trying to be a algorithns complete reference.
Oftentimes I skip straight to the pseudocode examples, as I find them immensely readable and translatable into practical, functioning code of any language.
This is an excellent book for software engineers and students of computer science and engineering who want to have a good understanding of algorithms.
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I did not read the whole book as I feel is more of a reference and I don’t think this book should be anyone first read on algorithims. All of the harder problems are left as exercises without much help of how to approach them. But I would not recommend this to be your “introduction” to algorithms.
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This gives you no chance to flex your mental muscle on tractable problems. Nov 30, Alex rated it it was amazing.
Apr 18, Mohammad Samiul Islam rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s no Knuth, but it ain’t bad. Also, the exercises provided are inva The book gives a solid foundation of common non-trivial algorithms and data structures.