Cormen, Thomas H. Algorithms Unlocked I Thomas H. Cormen. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper). [PDF] Algorithms Unlocked (The MIT Press) For anyone who has ever wondered how computers solve problems, an engagingly written guide for nonexperts to. Editorial Reviews. Review. Algorithms are at the center of computer science. This is a unique $ Read with Our Free App; Hardcover $ 9 Used from.

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A very easy read.

Jul 14, Sudha Hariharan rated it liked it. It is difficult to determine the target audience for this book. And how do these fre formulations translate themselves into your GPS, your laptop, or your smart phone? Sep 29, Arquero rated it really liked it. Not for first timers. This book serves as a soft introduction to algorithms and how they work to solve real world problems,without any of the mathematical rigor.

If you’ve read THE book on Algorihms i. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in knowing about algorithms. Jun 29, Neeraj Adhikari rated it really liked it Shelves: Aug 06, Mkfs rated it it was amazing.

Nishant rated it liked it Jan 10, I truly recommend this book to people who need to prepare for a software engineer interview.


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In Algorithms UnlockedThomas Cormen — coauthor of the leading college textbook on the subject — provides a general explanation, with limited mathematics, of how algorithms enable computers to solve problems. Algorithma you ever wondered how your GPS can find the fastest way to your destination, selecting one route from seemingly countless possibilities in mere seconds?

And finally, for the layman who is curious, or who wants to learn a new style of problem-solving perhaps having exhausted books by the likes of Zeitz alforithms Michalewiczthis book will prove to be both readable and thought-provoking.

I am reading the book as part of preparation for a technical interview. Oct 16, Jacek Ambroziak rated it it was amazing.

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If you would like a better grasp of how programmers approach problems, perhaps as a journalist, manager, or co-worker, then this will probably be worth reading. Non-technical, perfect for programmers and non-programmers. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.


If you want to remember how they works or if you never see algorithms before.

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This is a book for people interested in how computers or computer programmers solve problems. He didn’t assume much scientific or mathematical background knowledge for the readers.

I think the examples presented in those sections fre to muddy the technique required, unlike the clarity provided by other examples in the book running through the examples for algorithms on strings in chapter 7 was challenging yet rewarding!

The book is good to see some algorithms without mathematical demonstration. Professor Cormen intended to make this book an in-between book between the very theoretical books and the very techincal books.

Algorithms Unlocked

His one tries to avoid that but its still very detailed. I think the chapters on shortest path algorithms, sorting unloocked string algorithms are quite adequate as a way of introduction.

Adam Z rated it really liked it Jan 11, As the author exclaims in the preface, if you get this algorithm joke you are pretty much half way there to understanding algorithm outlines: