Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms is a comprehensive book for undergraduate students of Computer Science Engineering. The book comprises chapters on elementary data structures, dynamic programming, backtracking, algebraic problems, lower bound theory, pram algorithms, mesh algorithms, and hypercube algorithms. In addition, the book consists of several real-world examples to understand the concepts better. This book is indispensable for computer engineers preparing for competitive examinations like GATE and IES.
About the Authors
Ellis Horowitz is an American author and educationist. He works in the Computer Science Department at the University of Southern California and has authored several books on computers including Fundamentals of Programming Languages, Fundamentals of Data Structures in Pascal: Instructor's Solution Manual, and Computer Algorithms C++. Horowitz completed his BS degree from Brooklyn College and then went on to complete his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin. As a consultant, he is actively involved in the legal community and specializes in issues of intellectual property.
Sartaj Sahni is an Indian American computer scientist and professor. Some of his works include Data Structures, Algorithms and Applications in Java, Software Development in Java, and Data Structures.
Sanguthevar Rajasekaran is an American professor of Indian origin. He has co-authored books such as Handbook of Parallel Computing: Models, Algorithms and Applications and Computer Algorithms C++. He has a Master’s degree in Automation from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. He also has a PhD in Computer Science from Harvard University.
Difficult to understand
2 Oct, 2012
found it to be a bit easier on me than cormen's book
24 Aug, 2011
5 Oct, 2014
Go Cormen! The author complicates almost everything
Akshay Raj Dayal
10 Nov, 2013
Good quality product
10 Jun, 2017
9 Oct, 2014
17 Feb, 2014