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Algorithms: A Functional Programming Approach (International Computer Science Series) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Juni 1999


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The design of algorithms for problem-solving lies at the heart of computer science. Concise yet authoritative, Algorithms - A Functional Programming Approach teaches the skills needed to master this essential subject. The authors challenge more traditional methods of teaching algorithms by using a functional programming context, with Haskell as the implementation language. This leads to smaller, clearer and more elegant programs which enable the programmer to understand the algorithm itself more quickly and to use that understanding to explore alternative solutions. Placing the emphasis on program development rather than the mathematical properties of algorithms, the book uses a succession of practical programming examples to develop in the reader problem-solving skills which can be easily transferred to other language paradigms.

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The design of algorithms for problem-solving lies at the heart of computer science. Concise yet authoritative, Algorithms: A Functional Programming Approach teaches the skills needed to master this essential subject.

The authors challenge more traditional methods of teaching algorithms by using a functional programming context, with Haskell as the implementation language. This leads to smaller, clearer and more elegant programs which enable the programmer to understand the algorithm itself more quickly and to use that understanding to explore alternative solutions. Placing the emphasis on program development rather than the mathematical properties of algorithms, the book uses a succession of practical programming examples to develop in the reader problem-solving skills which can be easily transferred to other language paradigms.

Key features of this innovative text include:
  • Unmatched collection of functional programming algorithms
  • A wealth of practical examples, bringing the algorithms into clear focus
  • End of chapter exercises throughout
  • Source code and selected solutions freely available online
  • Comprehensive index and bibliographical notes
  • Appendices on Haskell implementations and mathematical background

For computer science students taking algorithms and/or functional programming courses, Algorithms: A Functional Programming Approach represents the ideal textbook. It is also an invaluable reference source of functional programs for practitioners.



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2.0 von 5 Sternen A book with no purpose 11. April 2010
Von Lars Tackmann - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought this book as I thought it would make a good companion to the excellent Purely Functional Data Structures. How wrong I was. It was supposed to be a book about implementing algorithms in a functional language, but instead the content spreads far a wide. In the opening chapters the authors starts out with a incredible short introduction to Haskell, which quickly turns into a vague discussion on algorithm optimization in functional languages (and this is before! they have even shown how to implement "quick sort") - this writing style is completely unacceptable, either you set the bar high by requiring the audience to know Haskell beforehand or you explain it properly.

The book continues in the same random style, with the authors starting out trying to accomplish something simple, quickly throwing in a few random related computer science topics and then ultimately failing to explain what they set out to do. In short, if you want to learn how to implement classic algorithms in a functional programming language go read Purely Functional Data Structures instead (perhaps after first getting acquainted with Haskell via Real World Haskell).
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Eh... 8. August 2010
Von Bill A - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It took me a while to find this book, and I had to ultimately buy it used. It turned out not to be quite as good as I expected.

The book is littered with single-letter variable names and is in love with mutually-recursive functions. It includes a quicksort implementation that runs on lists (instead of an ST-based array implementation). If this book were easy to find, I'd say go for it. But since it's out of print, don't bother.
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