- Capa dura: 1292 páginas
- Editora: MIT Press (MA); Edição: third edition (1 de setembro de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0262033844
- ISBN-13: 978-0262033848
- Dimensões do produto: 20,3 x 4,4 x 22,9 cm
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Introduction to Algorithms (Inglês) Capa dura – 31 ago 2009
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I recall struggling with the subject matter, despite having worked with computers since childhood and completing the requisite high-school mathematics courses. The approach taken by the authors is fairly direct; there is little hand-holding, although there are 100 pages of appendices covering pre-requisites.
I had my moments of wanting to hurl it across the room, but it remained amongst the few texts I held onto, thinking it might be useful or enlightening in the future, relative to the burden of lugging it around. I've since upgraded from the 2nd edition to the 3rd, and occasionally pick it up, read a few sections or a chapter and complete some exercises.
Each topic in the book is covered in the same way:
- Explanation of problem or concept.
- Example(s) and/or diagram(s)
- Mathematical proofs, where applicable.
- Problem set
Tip: Concrete Mathematics by Knuth is good primer, establishing the specific discrete and continuous mathematical techniques underpinning the algorithms, and filling several knowledge gaps. Also, Cormen has published a more approachable version of this text ("Algorithms Unlocked") which which be more appropriate to some.
None of the solutions to the exercises are provided in the book, but a few are available at the books website: mitpress.mit.edu/books/introduction-algorithms.
That said, the "Kindle version" is everything a Kindle version should not be. First, even on my phone or on my Mac, page size and count don't adapt to my screen size and zoom, so it is just like a big PDF... except for the second (and most important) point: IT IS NOT EVEN COMPATIBLE WITH ACTUAL KINDLE. That means, your Kindle won't even let you download it... so actually this is even worse than a PDF document.
Without these problems, the price would be more than fair... but the way it is now, I feel like I was robbed.
There are tons of other algorithm textbooks out there but don't let the other ones fool you; this is the omnibus and the leader. I've read others (Skiena, Algorithms in a Nutshell) and although they are for different audiences, I'd still recommend CLRS in every case.
Don't be fooled by the Intro in the title. It is pretty math heavy and works a lot with proofs. Most of them are explained well but sometimes they need to be read a few times because they are just more difficult material.
Either way, get this book if you want to learn algorithms. I'd eat a rock if you read it and it didn't help you significantly in understanding algorithms.
For those who have been in the field for a while, owning this book also has nostalgia value. It's like owning a NES Classic. You know you'll only play that thing once in a while. But having it just brings back good memories. So, enjoy having this hard covered edition on your shelf. It'll bring a smile to your face.