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The Art of Computer Programming 1 - 3: Bd. 1: Fundamental Algorithms / Bd. 2: Seminumerical Algorithms / Bd. 3: Sorting and Searching (The Art of Computer Programming Series) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 5. Oktober 1998


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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 896 Seiten
  • Verlag: Addison Wesley; Auflage: Aktualis. u. überarb. A. (5. Oktober 1998)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0201485419
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201485417
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 12,7 x 25,4 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (11 Kundenrezensionen)
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This multivolume work is widely recognized as the definitive description of classical computer science. The first three volumes have for decades been an invaluable resource in programming theory and practice for students, researchers, and practitioners alike. The bible of all fundamental algorithms and the work that taught many of today's software developers most of what they know about computer programming. --Byte, September 1995 Countless readers have spoken about the profound personal influence of Knuth's work. Scientists have marveled at the beauty and elegance of his analysis, while ordinary programmers have successfully applied his "cookbook" solutions to their day-to-day problems. All have admired Knuth for the breadth, clarity, accuracy, and good humor found in his books. I can't begin to tell you how many pleasurable hours of study and recreation they have afforded me! I have pored over them in cars, restaurants, at work, at home! and even at a Little League game when my son wasn't in the line-up. --Charles Long Primarily written as a reference, some people have nevertheless found it possible and interesting to read each volume from beginning to end.A programmer in China even compared the experience to reading a poem.

If you think you're a really good programmer! read [Knuth's] Art of Computer Programming! You should definitely send me a resume if you can read the whole thing. --Bill Gates Whatever your background, if you need to do any serious computer programming, you will find your own good reason to make each volume in this series a readily accessible part of your scholarly or professional library. It's always a pleasure when a problem is hard enough that you have to get the Knuths off the shelf. I find that merely opening one has a very useful terrorizing effect on computers. --Jonathan Laventhol For the first time in more than 20 years, Knuth has revised all three books to reflect more recent developments in the field. His revisions focus specifically on those areas where knowledge has converged since publication of the last editions, on problems that have been solved, on problems that have changed. In keeping with the authoritative character of these books, all historical information about previous work in the field has been updated where necessary.Consistent with the author's reputation for painstaking perfection, the rare technical errors in his work, discovered by perceptive and demanding readers, have all been corrected.

Hundreds of new exercises have been added to raise new challenges. 0201485419B04062001

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This multivolume work is widely recognized as the definitive description of classical computer science. The first three volumes have for decades been an invaluable resource in programming theory and practice for students, researchers, and practitioners alike.

 

The bible of all fundamental algorithms and the work that taught many of today’s software developers most of what they know about computer programming.

–Byte, September 1995

 

Countless readers have spoken about the profound personal influence of Knuth’s work. Scientists have marveled at the beauty and elegance of his analysis, while ordinary programmers have successfully applied his “cookbook” solutions to their day-to-day problems. All have admired Knuth for the breadth, clarity, accuracy, and good humor found in his books.

 

I can’t begin to tell you how many pleasurable hours of study and recreation they have afforded me! I have pored over them in cars, restaurants, at work, at home… and even at a Little League game when my son wasn’t in the line-up.

–Charles Long

 

Primarily written as a reference, some people have nevertheless found it possible and interesting to read each volume from beginning to end. A programmer in China even compared the experience to reading a poem.

 

If you think you’re a really good programmer… read [Knuth’s] Art of Computer Programming… You should definitely send me a résumé if you can read the whole thing.

–Bill Gates

 

Whatever your background, if you need to do any serious computer programming, you will find your own good reason to make each volume in this series a readily accessible part of your scholarly or professional library.

 

It’s always a pleasure when a problem is hard enough that you have to get the Knuths off the shelf. I find that merely opening one has a very useful terrorizing effect on computers.

–Jonathan Laventhol

 

For the first time in more than 20 years, Knuth has revised all three books to reflect more recent developments in the field. His revisions focus specifically on those areas where knowledge has converged since publication of the last editions, on problems that have been solved, on problems that have changed. In keeping with the authoritative character of these books, all historical information about previous work in the field has been updated where necessary. Consistent with the author’s reputation for painstaking perfection, the rare technical errors in his work, discovered by perceptive and demanding readers, have all been corrected. Hundreds of new exercises have been added to raise new challenges.

 

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22 von 22 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 30. Juli 1999
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Donald E. Knuth's "The Art of Computer Programming I-III" ist ein zeitloses Standardwerk über die Programmierung: Wer glaubt ein guter Programmierer oder Informatiker zu sein, sollte sich dieses Set kaufen.
In den drei Bänden wird ein breites Spektrum an Algorithmen und mathematische Grundlagen behandelt: In "Fundamental Algorithms" werden typische Datenstrukturen, wie Listen oder Bäume, aber auch Techniken wie Garbage Collection genauer betrachtet. In "Seminumerical Algorithms" liegt der Schwerpunkt auf Erzeugung von Pseudozufallszahlen und Tests über deren Güte, sowie auf Arithmetik von Ganzzahlen und Gleitpunktzahlen. Im (bisher letzten) Band "Sorting and Searching" werden Such- und Sortieralgorithmen genauer betrachtet. (Weitere Bücher sind in Vorbereitung und werden hoffentlich bald folgen.)
In allen Büchern wird (mehr oder weniger) Code einer fiktiven Maschine (MIX) vorgestellt, die auch letzte Details der Algorithmen zu Tage bringt. An dieser Stelle merkt man, dass das Buch schon vor einigen Jahren geschrieben worden ist, was dem Verständnis aber keinen Abbruch tut: Die Essenz tritt trotzdem zu Tage.
Der Autor behandelt alle Themen verständlich und präzise. Allerdings sollte man mit der Mathematik nicht auf Kriegsfuß stehen: Wenn man das letzte Detail verstehen will, muss man das Buch konzentriert durcharbeiten.
Insgesamt kann man das Buch jedem empfehlen, der nicht nur Programme "hacken" möchte: Man kann ein tieferes Verständnis für Programmierung gewinnen. (Dies ist eine Amazon.de an der Uni-Studentenrezension.)
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14 von 14 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 15. Juni 1999
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As Knuth himself says, it is impossible for any one person to keep up with all the research in computer science, but these 3 volumes do a remarkably good job of distilling the most important results and explaining them with mathematical rigor.
Each volume contains 2 chapters. Ch. 1, Basic Concepts: mathematical foundations and a description of MIX, a hypothetical machine (now available in software emulations). Ch. 2, Information Structures: lists, trees, memory allocation, garbage collection. Ch. 3, Random Numbers: how to produce series of "random" numbers and test their statistical properties. Ch. 4, Arithmetic: algorithms for integer and floating-point arithmetic. Ch. 5, Sorting: both in memory and on disks or tapes. Ch. 6, Searching: sequential, binary, hashing.
Despite the detailed coverage of the topics, which often involves esoteric mathematical notation, the author's lively style makes the algorithms and the main theoretical results relatively easy to grasp. If all you care about is getting a program to run, buy another book; but if you really want to understand how and why software works, there's nothing quite like this.
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74 von 78 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 4. April 2000
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These books are indisputably classics of the field, and like all classics they have religious adherents and equally firm detractors. The key difference between the two groups is that the adherents are interested in computer SCIENCE, whereas the rest are more taken with computer programming. The books are well written, quite mathematical, and abstract. The books deal with the core subjects of computer science and shy away from the trendy, and so some people tend to see them as anachronistic. Nevertheless, they are deservedly core references in computer science, and a joy for any patient, theoretically minded reader. There are three points I believe should be made. 1) a lot of the detractors of the books are saying correct things: the books don't deal with hot topics, they do present things in greater detail than is necessary in day to day programming, they are books they require a lot of the reader. What they don't recognize is that this is the intention, and that there is nothing wrong with that. The book is targeted at those with a geniune interest in theoretical computer science. 2) many reviewers complain about Knuth's typesetting system, TeX. What they fail to recognize is that TeX is incredibly useful, and about as user friendly as could be expected, for the task for which it was designed: typesetting professional quality mathematics. Anyone who challenges this statement would have to contend with virtually the entire community of people who write papers using higher mathematics, including virtually all professional physicists, mathematicians, and computer scientists. 3) some people accuse Knuth's books of being poorly written. These people are ignorant: either they have not read the works, or they would not recognize skillful writing if they saw it.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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22 von 24 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von nee am 11. April 2000
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I enjoyed this series of books tremendously. Detailed explanation of various algorithms. Uses a fictional MIX assembly language machine to show code examples. This is unusual, but turned about to be very very helpful. The excerises at the end are have a rating of how difficult they are to solve, so you can choose which ones u want to tackle. Detailed answers for almost ALL the problems at the end of the book - always a plus!
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6 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 4. April 2000
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These books are indisputably classics of the field, and like all classics they have religious adherents and equally firm detractors. The key difference between the two groups is that the adherents are interested in computer SCIENCE, whereas the rest are more taken with computer programming. The books are well written, quite mathematical, and abstract. The books deal with the core subjects of computer science and shy away from the trendy, and so some people tend to see them as anachronistic. Nevertheless, they are deservedly core references in computer science, and a joy for any patient, theoretically minded reader. There are three points I believe should be made. 1) a lot of the detractors of the books are saying correct things: the books don't deal with hot topics, they do present things in greater detail than is necessary in day to day programming, they are books they require a lot of the reader. What they don't recognize is that this is the intention, and that there is nothing wrong with that. The book is targeted at those with a geniune interest in theoretical computer science. 2) many reviewers complain about Knuth's typesetting system, TeX. What they fail to recognize is that TeX is incredibly useful, and about as user friendly as could be expected, for the task for which it was designed: typesetting professional quality mathematics. Anyone who challenges this statement would have to contend with virtually the entire community of people who write papers using higher mathematics, including virtually all professional physicists, mathematicians, and computer scientists. 3) some people accuse Knuth's books of being poorly written. These people are ignorant: either they have not read the works, or they would not recognize skillful writing if they saw it.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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