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Algorithmics The Spirit of Computing

Author: David Harel; Yishai Feldman
Publisher: Berlin Springer Berlin 2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3., rd ed. 1987View all editions and formats

Computer science is the science of the future, and already underlies every facet of business and technology, and much of our everyday lives.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Harel; Yishai Feldman
ISBN: 9783642441356 3642441351
OCLC Number: 876384882
Description: XXII, 568 Seiten in 1 Teil 124 schw.-w. Illustrationen 235 x 155 mm
Contents: Preliminaries.- and Historical Review.- Algorithms and Data.- Programming Languages and Paradigms.- Methods and Analysis.- Algorithmic Methods.- The Correctness of Algorithms.- The Efficiency of Algorithms.- Limitations and Robustness.- Inefficiency and Intractability.- Noncomputability and Undecidability.- Algorithmic Universality and Its Robustness.- Relaxing the Rules.- Parallelism, Concurrency, and Alternative Models.- Probabilistic Algorithms.- Cryptography and Reliable Interaction.- The Bigger Picture.- Software Engineering.- Reactive Systems.- Algorithmics and Intelligence.
Other Titles: Algorithmics - The Spirit of Computing
Responsibility: David Harel ; Yishai Feldman
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From the reviews of the third edition:"This book should be on any short list for a central course in computer science. It is designed to provide a uniform background on which all students might draw. Read more...

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