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Introduction to Algorithms by Thomas H. But it’s still worth it. Before there were computers, there were algorithms On hold! Apr 20, Kaung Htet Zaw rated it it was amazing.

After graduating a lot of the software engineering skills you pick up are geared towards practicality. The problem with this comes down to the fact that is focuses too much on the mathematical details, while ignoring other interesting aspects.

Introduction to Algorithms

It’s a good book that covers all the major algorithms in sufficient detail with every step clearly spelled out for the students’ benefit. I learned Network Flow algorithm by reading this book. Like so many other math-oriented textbooks, there is literally not one damn thing in the book that is not teachable but the teaching moments are all lost in math gymnastics, over-explaining, under-explaining, etc.


Rivestand Clifford Stein. I’d buy that author’s book. Intro very smartly uses pseudocode that doesn’t attempt to resemble any popular programming language with its own idiosyncratic syntax and responsibilities. Apr 07, Shawn Morel rated it it was ok. An essential, well-written reference, and one it’s quite possible to read through several times, picking up new info each time.

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It took me few days, b This books is amazing. If you are interested in learning algorithms, this should probably not be the first book you read.

Some loved Knuth’s books, while others found their language impenetrable, their code irrelevant, or their assertions wrong or out of date. It give you a solid foundation in algorithms and data structures. The problem is that it provides inadequate scaffolding.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Cover of cprs third edition. The major topics presented are sorting, data structures, graph algorithms and a variety of selected topics. Know who would be a perfect algorithms textbook author?

In almost every way, Dasgupta and Papadimitriou’s “Algorithms” is a much better choice: Well, technically I didn’t finish reading all the chapters in clsr book, but at least I’ve read most of it. I’ve been reading CLRS on and off for years. This books is amazing. I especially liked that it explained complex ideas, because every one that’s starting in the world of algorithms needs to familiarize asap with these concepts!


An essential book for every programmer, you can’t read this kind of book on bus, you need to fully constraint while reading it. The first edition of the textbook did not include Stein as an author, algodithms thus the book became known by the initialism CLR.

Why is that so hard? I must say that without a doubt this is the best textbook I have ever read. It took me few days, but I did manage to alforithms the algorithm myself by reading just this book. This is also a good reference guide during interviews.

Many crucial aspects of classic algorithms are relegated to the exercises section instead of being covered fo I think this book is incorrectly positioned as an “Introduction” to algorithms.