**Problems on Algorithms, 2nd edition**

by Ian Parberry, William Gasarch

**Publisher**: Prentice Hall 2002**ISBN/ASIN**: 0134335589**ISBN-13**: 9780134335582**Number of pages**: 268

**Description**:

This book is a collection of problems on the design, analysis, and verification of algorithms. It is for use by practicing programmers who wish to hone and expand their skills, as a supplementary text for students enrolled in an undergraduate or beginning graduate class on algorithms, and as a self-study text for graduate students who are preparing for the qualifying examination on algorithms for a Ph.D. program in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. It is intended to augment the problem sets found in any standard algorithms textbook.

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