Cormen, Thomas H. Algorithms Unlocked I Thomas H. Cormen. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper). [PDF] Algorithms Unlocked (The MIT Press) For anyone who has ever wondered how computers solve problems, an engagingly written guide for nonexperts to. Editorial Reviews. Review. Algorithms are at the center of computer science. This is a unique $ Read with Our Free App; Hardcover $ 9 Used from.
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A nice organized book and friendly to people who have little computer science background. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Algorithms Unlocked by Thomas H. It quite naturally requires a mathematical inclination, but unlike m I had been asked, at one point, to recommend an algorithm book to a layman. Mike rated it really liked it Feb 18, Description Have you ever wondered how formen GPS can find the fastest way to your destination, selecting one route from seemingly countless possibilities in mere seconds?
In unpocked it is interesting to read but not what I was looking for.
In other words it’s not actually intended for people on the field. The book is good to see some algorithms without mathematical demonstration.
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Algorithms Unlocked by Thomas H. Cormen
A very easy read. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in knowing about algorithms. I think the examples presented in those sections served to muddy the technique required, unlike the clarity provided by other examples in the book running through the examples for algorithms on strings in chapter 7 was challenging yet rewarding!
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Jul 14, Sudha Hariharan algortihms it liked it. This is the kind of book one wants to keep coming back to. This book serves as a soft introduction to algorithms and how they work to solve real world problems,without any of the mathematical rigor.
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For any questions please feel free to contact us! Mar 16, David Guan rated it it was amazing. Any junior or self-taught programmer who finds standard algorithm texts too difficult should consider this book a must-read. I think the examples presented in those sections served to muddy the technique required, unlike the free pr This book gives a great overview of a broad variety of topics in algorithms, and supplies a decent amount of technical detail in cormsn form of pseudocode and some fairly meaty proof outlines enough to prepare for a more comprehensive text, such as CLRS.
I am reading the book as part of preparation for a technical interview.