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  • Title: Principles of Algorithmic Problem Solving
  • Author(s) Johan Sannemo
  • Publisher: KTH Royal Institute of Technology (2018)
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  • eBook: PDF (351 pages)
  • Language: English
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Book Description

Algorithmic problem solving is the art of formulating efficient methods that solve problems of a mathematical nature. The purpose of this book is to contribute to the literature of algorithmic problem solving in two ways. First of all, it tries to fill in some holes in existing books. Secondly, it provides another way of learning the basics of algorithmic problem solving by helping the reader build an intuition for problem solving.

The algorithmic approach to solving problems in computer technology is an essential tool. This unique book teaches the fundamental principles of using algorithms to solve problems. It presents a readable, entertaining, and energetic book that will motivate and challenge students to open their minds to the algorithmic nature of problem solving.

  • Provides a novel approach to the mathematics of problem solving focusing on the algorithmic nature of problem solving
  • Uses popular and entertaining puzzles to teach you different aspects of using algorithms to solve mathematical and computing challenges
  • Features a theory section that supports each of the puzzles presented throughout the book
  • Assumes only an elementary understanding of mathematics
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