Algorithms: Explained and Illustrated - eBook
Algorithms: Explained and Illustrated - eBook  -     By: Moriteru Ishida
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An illustrated guide to computer algorithms for students and experienced programmers. Learn how to manipulate arrays, what steps you need to go through to write a k-clustering algorithm, and how public key cryptography works. Each algorithm is broken down into step by step diagrams with helpful descriptions. This book is perfect for the visual learner. 208 pages, softcover.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: No Starch Press
Publication Date: 2019
ISBN: 9781593279592
ISBN-13: 9781593279592

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Learn how programming algorithms work through diagrams in this full-color book.

An illustrated guide to computer algorithms for students and experienced programmers. Learn how to manipulate arrays, what steps you need to go through to write a k-clustering algorithm, and how public key cryptography works. Each algorithm is broken down into step by step diagrams with helpful descriptions. This book is perfect for the visual learner.

Author Bio

Moriteru Ishida was an alumni of the Okabe lab at Kyoto University in the Graduate School of Informatics, where he was researching how to find 0-day attacks using IDS (iterative deepening search) algorithms.

Shuichi Miyazaki is an associate professor at Kyoto University where he teaches an introductory class on algorithms.

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