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eBook Algorithms download

by Dasgupta

eBook Algorithms download ISBN: 0070636613
Author: Dasgupta
Publisher: Tata Mcgraw Hill; 1st edition (July 1, 2017)
Language: English
ePub: 1220 kb
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Rating: 4.7
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Mathematics

This book tells the story of the other intellectual enterprise that is crucially fueling the computer revolution: efcient algorithms. It is a fascinating story. Gather ’round and listen close.

This book tells the story of the other intellectual enterprise that is crucially fueling the computer revolution: efcient algorithms. Books and algorithms. Two ideas changed the world. In 1448 in the German city of Mainz a goldsmith named Jo-hann Gutenberg discovered a way to print books by putting together movable metallic pieces.

I like this book FAR more than the CLRS book that most introductory algorithms classes us. I often feel that the explanations given in Algorithms are much harder to grasp than those in the CLRS book

I like this book FAR more than the CLRS book that most introductory algorithms classes use. It is shorter (because it has a lot less fluff), and is much clearer in it's descriptions and examples than CLRS. I often feel that the explanations given in Algorithms are much harder to grasp than those in the CLRS book. Partly, this is due to fewer pages devoted to each concept, and fewer concepts overall (leading to a spottier understanding of the field and the relations between concepts. However, this is also partly due to what I feel is a more confusing writing and teaching style by the authors of Algorithms.

Learning Notes of Algorithms. edu/~dasgupta/boo. lgorithms.

Algorithms is an outstanding undergraduate text, equally informed by the historical roots and contemporary applications of its subject. Like a captivating novel, it is a joy to read.

Evolutionary algorithms - an overview. Robust encodings in genetic algorithms. Flaw detection and configuration with genetic algorithms. A genetic algorithm approach for river management. Genetic engineering and design problems. The generation of form using an evolutionary approach. Evolutionary optimization of composite structures. Hazards in genetic design methodologies. The identification and characterization of workload classes. Lossless and Lossy data compression. Database design with genetic algorithms. Designing multiprocessor scheduling algorithms using a distributed genetic algorithm.

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tRawat, the book is called "Algorithms". It's written by Dasgupta, Papadimitriou and Vazirani. rmate A question from book of algorithm will not be necessarily a question related to algorithm. Papermate Dec 11 '15 at 1:14. nus, thank you for the help – Papermate Dec 11 '15 at 1:28. Rohit Rawat Dec 11 '15 at 10:56.

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Comments: (7)
monotronik
I like this book FAR more than the CLRS book that most introductory algorithms classes use. It is shorter (because it has a lot less fluff), and is much clearer in it's descriptions and examples than CLRS.
Bralore
The actual textbook is an excellent introduction to basic classes of algorithms. Most things were pretty clear, and the chapter on NP-completeness ties everything together nicely when it discusses reductions. It is written in such a way that it is actually tolerable to sit down an read, as opposed to just use as a reference. My class was actually provided a pdf draft of the book for free, but I thought that this was one of the rare times where the amount of time I used the book would actually warrant having a physical copy. It's paperback, which is nice for not adding any weight to my already unnecessarily full backpack, but it feels a bit cheaper than you would expect the printing of a $40+ black and white textbook to be.
LoboThommy
More concise than Introduction to Algorithms, certainly, but not better. I often feel that the explanations given in Algorithms are much harder to grasp than those in the CLRS book. Partly, this is due to fewer pages devoted to each concept, and fewer concepts overall (leading to a spottier understanding of the field and the relations between concepts.) However, this is also partly due to what I feel is a more confusing writing and teaching style by the authors of Algorithms.

Algorithms was the assigned text in a class here at UC Berkeley, and I feel I would have been very confused if I did not have CLRS to cross-reference and explain things more clearly, and in more detail.

This text isn't bad, per se, but there are definitely better options. I've taken the class with Christos Papadimitriou, and even he has said that everyone should own CLRS. Given that, I'm not sure what purpose this text serves. Is brevity actually better if you end up spending more time trying to understand things?
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
Vazirani is the GOAT. This book reads like him whispering sultrily into your ear. It's actually a joy to read and doesn't "feel like a textbook." The book is surprisingly slim, and the chapters feel just as long as they need to be. He taught my Algorithms class, and a number of of our homework problems came from the exercises in this book.
Dyni
A good text. Structured very nicely with lots of appropriate background that builds up the story and derivation of the algorithms. A bit too terse in places, leaving someone without a teacher hard-pressed to implement their efficient "selection" algorithm for medians or other percentiles into data sets, for instance. This situation happens a few critical times in the text. Although the coverage is good for the price and size of this volume, it really does lack in the amount of pseydocode listings as well. So, overall, good text on a budget and with a good professor, but kind of useless as a reference. Get the MIT press algorithms book if you need a reference text.
Ance
The only valuable book I purchased in college.
Marg
Bought for a graduate level algo class. Concise and high level. NOT an intro textbook. Really appreciate the price.
I don't understand the 5 star reviews surrounding this book. The descriptions tremendously lack detail and thoroughness, often leaving students confused. I didn't truly "get" algorithms until I stopped bashing my head against this wall and started reading CLRS. It turns out, this whole time, the problem wasn't me being obtuse. It was the book's misguided way of explaining things. This might be a good supplement as a high level overview. But do not use this as a standalone, or else be prepared to spend a lot of time at your professor's office hours. Skip this book and get CLRS instead.