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Uwe Schöning, Randall J. Pruim. While I was visiting Boston University during the 1996-97 academic year, I noticed a small book, written in German, on a shelf in Steve Homer's office. Curious, I borrowed it for my train ride home and began reading one of the chapters. I liked the style and format of the book so much that over the course of the next few months I frequently found myself reaching for it and working through one chapter or another.
Uwe Schöning (Author), Randall J. Pruim (Author), R. Pruim (Translator) & 0 more. This book introduces some of the most important results in theoretical computer science. The "gems" are central problems and their solutions from the areas of computability, logic, circuit theory, and complexity. The text presents complete proofs in understandable form, as well as previously open problems that have found a (perhaps unexpected) solution, complex proofs from bottom drawers, probabilistic constructions, and much, much more.
This book introduces some of the most important results in theoretical computer science. With over 240 intriguing exercises (elegant solutions for which are supplied), the text also challenges the reader to do some active work. More by Uwe Schöning. Algorithmen - kurzgefasst.
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by Uwe Schöning (Author), Randall J. ISBN-13: 978-3642643521.
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Uwe Schoning, R. This book assembles some of the most important problems and solutions in theoretical computer science-from computability, logic, circuit theory, and complexity. The book presents these important results with complete proofs in an understandable form.
January 2007 · Lecture Notes in Computer Science. It is common practice in both theoretical computer science and theoretical physics to describe the (static) logic of a system by means of a complete lattice.