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The contemporary study of all computer algorithms can be understood clearly by perusing the contents of Introduction To Algorithms. Although this covers most of the important aspects of algorithms, the concepts have been detailed in a lucid manner, so as to be palatable to readers at all levels of skill.
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Charles E. Leiserson is a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department.
Leiserson is also a Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow. He is part of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT and conducts extensive research in the field of computer science.
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