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Greeting

I have a question which pertains to programming and
hopefully not to far off topic.

I am taking my "Data Structures and Algorithm class
(Using C++) in college. We are delving into the
subject of "Big-O" algorithm analysis.

Does anyone know of any good sites where I can obtain
some additional reading material on this subject?

What is in the textbook is written in a very technically
manner. I would like to find something that is a bit
more basic to give me a better start.
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Thanks
Walt L. Williams

Jul 23 '05 #1
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"Walt L. Williams" writes:
I have a question which pertains to programming and
hopefully not to far off topic.

I am taking my "Data Structures and Algorithm class
(Using C++) in college. We are delving into the
subject of "Big-O" algorithm analysis.

Does anyone know of any good sites where I can obtain
some additional reading material on this subject?

What is in the textbook is written in a very technically
manner. I would like to find something that is a bit
more basic to give me a better start.


I don't know why anyone with access to a college library would prefer a Web
site. You might take a look at _Fundamentals of Data Structures_ by
Horowitz and Sahini.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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