|About the Book|
Professor Alistair Moffat has been a member of the academic staff at the University of Melbourne since 1987. This book has evolved out his highly-regarded lecture presentations, and draws on his two decades of teaching experience with first-year students. The readable style is punctuated by more than 100 working programs, and each chapter includes a detailed case study, highlighted key points, and a range of exercises.Budget-priced text covering programming in C, and an introduction to computer science--in other words, a bog standard first-semester, first-year syllabus. The last four chapters include an introduction to algorithm design and analysis, covering dynamic data structures, hashing, sorting algorithms, and searching.A truly gripping read - the author.Tom Clancy has a problem - the authors wife.We had to buy it - the authors students.