Complexity Theory: Exploring the Limits of Efficient by Ingo Wegener,R. Pruim

By Ingo Wegener,R. Pruim

Reflects contemporary advancements in its emphasis on randomized and approximation algorithms and conversation models



All subject matters are thought of from an algorithmic viewpoint stressing the results for set of rules design

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