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Recursive Algorithms (Computational…

Recursive Algorithms (Computational Sciences)

by Richard Lorentz

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Recursion is a topic that is ubiquitous in computer science. This book provides a leisurely and entertaining journey through recursion. It begins with the most basic of recursive algorithms and carefully guides the reader to more advanced applications. Most importantly, however, it is a unified treatment so that by the end of the book the reader will have learned that a sophisticated recursive algorithm to find the median in linear time has a great deal in common with a simple recursive algorithm to output an array.

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