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"..the material is nicely presented..." -- Zentralblatt Math, Vol. 997, No.22, 2002
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It appears the Author wants to show off with their Math skills while leaving the reader in the dust. I literally had to watch numerous YouTube videos to understand simple things like Bucket Sort, because the author made simple concepts impossible to understand. Some people are too smart to be writing books. Go be a nerd somewhere else and work on rocket ships or something where your nerdy Math skills can be worshiped by other Math nerds.
This is not a book - it is a dissertation. Why any instructor would choose this book when you can come to Amazon and look at the reviews for this book (and others) is beyond me. Not only does this book read like stereo instructions, the questions themselves are vague and often times have no real viable reference point in the book.
The only thing I used this book for was to complete the homework assignments that (sadly) used the questions therein. All my other learning came from outside sources.
If you are a student, there are loads of well written books on Amazon that can help you, in addition to mountains of algorithm videos on youtube.
If you are an instructor, please employ some logic and require a book that has a sterling reputation and the reviews to match. Otherwise, you may find your own end of semester reviews mimicking those of this book.