posted 12 years ago

Any book is good for java algorithms which could cover

1.Graphs

2. Trees

3. Searching Algorithms

4. Plane-Sweep Algorithms

5. Greedy Algorithms

6. Divide-and-Conquer Algorithms

7. On-Line Algorithms

8. Real-Time Algorithms

9. Elimination Algorithms

10. Distributive Algorithms

11. Prune-and-Search Methods

12. Linear Programming

13. Probabilistic Algorithms

14. Approximation Algorithms

15. Parallel Algorithms

16. Numerical Algorithms

17. Geometric Algorithms

18. Sequence Comparison

19. generic Algorithms

Do you have some recommendation? Thanks.

1.Graphs

2. Trees

3. Searching Algorithms

4. Plane-Sweep Algorithms

5. Greedy Algorithms

6. Divide-and-Conquer Algorithms

7. On-Line Algorithms

8. Real-Time Algorithms

9. Elimination Algorithms

10. Distributive Algorithms

11. Prune-and-Search Methods

12. Linear Programming

13. Probabilistic Algorithms

14. Approximation Algorithms

15. Parallel Algorithms

16. Numerical Algorithms

17. Geometric Algorithms

18. Sequence Comparison

19. generic Algorithms

Do you have some recommendation? Thanks.

posted 12 years ago

Well Don't you think so, that you become some how greedy.....

Well I cann't sure that any single book will contains all these..

But some good books are.

1.

2.

Hope these books may be usefull for you.

Originally posted by Edward Chen:

Any book is good for java algorithms which could cover

1.Graphs

2. Trees

3. Searching Algorithms

4. Plane-Sweep Algorithms

5. Greedy Algorithms

6. Divide-and-Conquer Algorithms

7. On-Line Algorithms

8. Real-Time Algorithms

9. Elimination Algorithms

10. Distributive Algorithms

11. Prune-and-Search Methods

12. Linear Programming

13. Probabilistic Algorithms

14. Approximation Algorithms

15. Parallel Algorithms

16. Numerical Algorithms

17. Geometric Algorithms

18. Sequence Comparison

19. generic Algorithms

Do you have some recommendation? Thanks.

Well Don't you think so, that you become some how greedy.....

Well I cann't sure that any single book will contains all these..

But some good books are.

1.

**Java Collections: An Introduction to Abstract Data Types, Data Structures and Algorithms**

2.

**Java Collections - John Jukowski**

Hope these books may be usefull for you.

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posted 12 years ago

My vote's definitely for:

"Algorithms in Java, 3rd Ed", Robert Sedgewick

[ September 08, 2006: Message edited by: Paul Santa Maria ]

"Algorithms in Java, 3rd Ed", Robert Sedgewick

[ September 08, 2006: Message edited by: Paul Santa Maria ]

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