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The algorithmics are simply lost amid highly dense, nearly incomprehensible symbolism that obscures rather than illuminates ideas. As a result, the book requires tremendous effort to move from page to page.
It will therefore be of limited or no use to practicing software professionals. Although the price is right, I cannot recommend this book. My greatest joy all semester was filling this book with every sardonic comment my professor could come up with to describe the utility of this author's research.
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Get to Know Us. Laddas ned direkt. Skickas inom vardagar. Algorithmic design, especially for hard problems, is more essential for success in solving them than any standard improvement of current computer tech- nologies.
Because of this, the design of algorithms for solving hard problems is the core of current algorithmic research from the theoretical point of view as well as from the practical point of view. There are many general text books on algorithmics, and several specialized books devoted to particular approaches such as local search, randomization, approximation algorithms, or heuristics.
But there is no textbook that focuses on the design of algorithms for hard computing tasks, and that systematically explains, combines, and compares the main possibilities for attacking hard algorithmic problems.
As this topic is fundamental for computer science, this book tries to close this gap. There are several approaches to attack hard problems. All have their merits, but also their limitations, and need a large body of theory as their basis.
A number of books for each one exist: This book discusses thoroughly all of the above approaches. And, amazingly, at the same time, does this in a style that makes the book accessible not only to theoreticians, but also to the non-specialist, to the student or teacher, and to the programmer.
Do you think that mathematical rigor and accessibility contradict? Look at this book to find out that they do not, due to the admirable talent of the author to present his material in a clear and concise way, with the idea behind the approach spelled out explicitly, often with a revealing example.
Reading this book is a beautiful experience and I can highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning how to solve hard problems.