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Robert Sedgewick, Kevin Daniel Wayne
The standard algorithm guide for working programmers -- now fully updated, broadened, and available again in a popular single-volume format • •The #1 practical resource for everyone seeking to run programs faster or solve larger problems. •Surveys today's most useful algorithms, with copious illustrations and examples. •Contains many new examples, ranging from physics, biology, and engineering to data compression and web search. •Contains real (not psuedocode) implementations, with detailed performance insights. Robert Sedgewick's Algorithm's has long been the definitive practical guide to using algorithms: the book that professionals and students in programming, science, and engineering rely on to solve real-world problems. Now, Sedgewick has thoroughly updated this classic to reflect today's latest, most powerful algorithms - and we've returned to the popular single-volume format our readers have been asking for. Sedgewick brings together an indispensable body of knowledge for improving computer performance and solving larger problems. In this edition, he adds: • •Many powerful new algorithms. •A broader perspective with more science and engineering applications. •New illustrations and examples throughout. •An attractive new two-color design, and more The algorithms Sedgewick presents are crucial in areas ranging from physics simulation to genetic sequencing, architectural modeling to aircraft simulation, database management to Internet search. He covers abstract data types, sorting algorithms, searching algorithms, graph processing, string processing, and geometric algorithms. Algorithms provides all the information readers need to confidently implement, debug, and apply each algorithm in any computational environment. For each, Sedgewick presents real implementations, as well as detailed insights into performance. All examples are written in Java, in a style that can be rapidly and easily translated to other languages.
Even C experts come across problems that require days of debugging. This book helps to prevent such problems by showing how C programmers get themselves into trouble. The book offers advice on: avoiding off-by-one errors, understanding and constructing function declarations, understanding the relationship between pointers and arrays.