Algorithm Design (Jon Kleinberg, et al)

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Algorithm Design (Jon Kleinberg, et al)

This book provides an introduction to algorithms by examining the practical issues that drive them. A variety of design and analytical methods for issues that develop in computing applications are covered in the book. The work promotes an appreciation for the function of algorithms in the larger field of computer science as well as a grasp of the algorithm design process.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
  • At Cornell University, Jon Kleinberg has the title of Tisch University Professor of Computer Science. With a focus on the social and information networks that support the Web and other online media, his study examines problems at the intersection of networks and information.
  • Hungarian mathematician Eva Tardos is Cornell University's Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Computer Science.
Published Date / Year
1st edition (March 16, 2005); eBook (Internet Archive Edition)
864 pages
eBook Format
PDF (864 pages), ePub, Kindle, etc.

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