Algorithms in C++ Part 5: Graph Algorithms (3rd Edition) (Pt.5)
Robert Sedgewick’s Algorithms series has earned a place among the classics of computer books. Algorithms in C++ provides a comprehensive collection of classic algorithms for sorting, searching, parsing, geometrical manipulation, and more. The book includes not just C++ code but detailed--yet readable--explanations of how it works and what each algorithm’s advantages and disadvantages are in terms of execution time and memory demands. An invaluable and timeless resource.
Covers an enormous scope of information, with extensive treatment of searching and advanced data structures, sorting, string processing, computational geometry, graph problems, and mathematical algorithms. Provides clear and relevant insight into why the algorithms work. Softcover.
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