**Essentials of Theoretical Computer Science**

by F. D. Lewis

**Publisher**: University of Kentucky 2001**Number of pages**: 287

**Description**:

This text contains the essentials of theoretical computer science. It is a broad introduction to the field, presented from a computer science viewpoint for computer scientists. This was designed to be used in a one-semester course for senior computer science majors or first year masters students.

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