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The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 4, Fascicle 1: Bitwise Tricks & Techniques; Binary Decision Diagrams (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. März 2009

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Donald E. Knuth is known throughout the world for his pioneering work on algorithms and programming techniques, for his invention of the TEX and METAFONT systems for computer typesetting, and for his prolific and influential writing. Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming at Stanford University, he currently devotes full time to the completion of these fascicles and the seven volumes to which they belong.


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You might be wondering if the fascicle series is still worth getting, given the whole series has now been updated in a single text here: The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 4A: Combinatorial Algorithms, Part 1.

The answer is: it depends on whether you have a specific area of combinatorics you're interested in (example: Fascicle 0 is great for logic gates and hence circuit designers), or if you're interested in the entire area of combinatorics and all 5 fascicles (0-4).

All 5 are essentially covered in the 2011 book above, with some corrections and deletions. Don't be fooled by the "part 1" because this series can be confusing. Go to Dr. Knuth's website to see the entire map of current and planned volumes and editions, including this series in .pdf: just Google/Bing Knuth website art of programming and click on the dot cs dot faculty dot stanford link for the series.

As you'll see on the site, part 1 (if the Dr's health holds out) has now been expanded with additional draft fascicles, especially in the essentially uncovered area of stochastic combinatorics. Probability wasn't even applied to computational combinatorics yet in the 60's, so this is not a flaw in Doc Knuth's coverage! There is a 4B, 4C, 4D etc. planned, mostly expanding recursion, statistics and other new areas of combinatorics.

Great self study intro to everything computational complexity, as combinatorics greatly pushes the "big O" computing envelope, and the talented Doc Knuth even weighs in on P/NP. Many examples given with mem counts that are up to date. Areas not covered include parallel and objective/constraint combos, such as linear programming, but there are tons of dedicated texts on those out there. Nothing comes close to Dr. Knuth's approach, especially for self study, given the astonishing volume of problems and solutions included. In one form or another, must have for all programmers.
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Much of Knuth's other works in his long running Art of Computer Programming series describe algorithms that might be useful by being implemented in high level languages like Fortran, C or java. (Though to be sure, he also offered MMIX as an assembler in which they could be done.)

In contrast, the first part of this book, on bitwise tricks, goes to the basics of all digital computing. It defines Boolean functions that operate directly on ones and zeros. It then goes on to extend these in various ways for arithmetic operations. How obvious and boring, you might think. Yet the book shows at even at such a low level, there are subtleties abounding.

Here, in terms of code implementation, some type of assembler can be the natural choice. But it could go deeper, into the silicon circuitry itself. Knuth points out possible applications in bitwise operations on long words. A SIMD approach, if you treat parallel operations on each bit as equivalent to having a small microprocessor dedicated to that bit. At this level, there may be prospects of new logic gate configurations, perhaps more efficiently run, inasmuch as they can keep more gates concurrently churning, instead of having many idle, as might be the case with current hardware.

Of course, semiconductor firms has spent billions on design, and all the obvious techniques for optimisation in that field must already be known. But how many of their engineers are in the habit of reading Knuth?

In this sense, this fascicle can be useful to VLSI designers.
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It's Knuth, what else needs be said?
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