Any and every third-party I can think of that's affected how I think.

The books I physically own, or want to own. I haven't quite digitized everything yet (just one moving box of like 4).

"Abstract Algebra" by David S. Dummit, Richard M. Foote. Description: Edition 1 published by Prentice-Hall, in 1991. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 658 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-130-04771-6 LC Classification: QA162.D85 1991 Libgen MD5: 39357399B9B0362E06058FBC7C027F97 Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion:

"An Introduction to Thermal Physics" by Daniel V. Schroeder. Description: Edition 1 published by Oxford University Press, in 2021. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Good condition; 422 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-192-89555-4 LC Classification: QC311.15.S325 2021 Libgen MD5: A360BAB0F2E874F74ACA749054FDAF6F Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion: My all-time favorite physics text of undergrad.

"Introduction to Electrodynamics" by David J. Griffiths. Description: Edition 4 published by Cambridge University Press, in 2017. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no Fair condition; 599 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-1-108-42041-9 LC Classification: QC680.G74 2017 Libgen MD5: FBA5C5702D92EB16CCA92E9013F8578C Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion:

"The Oxford Solid State Basics" by Steven H. Simon. Description: Edition 1 published by Oxford University Press, in 2013. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 291 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-199-68077-1 LC Classification: QC176.S488 2013 Libgen MD5: EA96C4DF5569020F6803452A647643F0 Reading status 3: Read at surface level. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion: Ashcroft-Mermin is probably better.

"Particles and Nuclei: An Introduction to the Physical Concepts" by Bogdan Povh, Klaus Rith, Cristoph Scholz, Frank Zetsche, Werner Rodejohann. Description: Edition 7 published by Springer, in the Graduate Texts in Physics series, in 2015. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no new condition; 458 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-3-662-46320-8 LC Classification: QC776.T4513 2015 Libgen MD5: 2B93E30EA9CDCB1678DEE8E86E603828 Reading status 3: Read at surface level. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion: Very meh.

"Linear Algebra Done Right" by Sheldon Axler. Description: Edition 3 published by Springer, in the Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics series, in 2015. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 340 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-3-319-11079-0 LC Classification: QA184.A96 2015 Libgen MD5: 491CE071A29E3969624B4E47380BBF1E Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion: Bible 2: Vector Boogaloo

"Advanced Calculus: An Introduction to Linear Analysis" by Leonard F. Richardson. Description: Edition 1 published by Wiley, in 2008. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 387 pages. Last location: bedroom box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-470-23288-0 LC Classification: QA303.2.R53 2008 Libgen MD5: 284ECB98DC7F408401741D39634D13C6 Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion:

"Operating Systems: Design and Implementation" by Andrew S. Tannenbaum. Description: Edition 1 published by Prentice-Hall, in 1987. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 719 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-136-37496-9 LC Classification: QA76.76.063T36 Libgen MD5: Reading status 3: Read at surface level. Bought from LSU, Undergrad. Opinion:

"Complex Variables and Applications" by James Ward Brown and Ruel V. Churchill. Description: Edition 9 published by McGraw-Hill, in 2014. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no Good condition; 461 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-073-38317-1 LC Classification: QA331.7.C524 Libgen MD5: C7C1726840761A50F598AA330894BCD0 Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, Spring 2019. Opinion:

"Differential Geometry: Connections, Curvature, and Characteristic Classes" by Loring W. Tu. Description: Edition 1 published by Springer, in the Graduate Texts in Mathematics series, in 2017. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 346 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-3-319-55082-4 LC Classification: Libgen MD5: 5186171CB28A64137CE950EF622D405C Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, undergrad. Opinion:

"Linear Systems" by Thomas Kailath. Description: A self-contained, highly motivated and comprehensive account of basic methods for analysis and application of linear systems that arise in signal processing problems in communications, control, system identification and digital filtering. Edition 1 published by Prentice-Hall, in the Prentice-Hall Information and System Science series, in 1980. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 682 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-135-36961-4 LC Classification: QA402.K295 Libgen MD5: 44A0FB156DE7495812F2058AE82F706E Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Dickson Street Bookshop, March 2023. Opinion:

"Geometry, Topology, and Physics" by M Nakahara. Description: Edition 2 published by Taylor & Francis, in the Graduate Student Series in Physics series, in 2003. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 573 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-750-30606-5 LC Classification: QA641.N35 2003 Libgen MD5: 58D59F701B3108E3D8A8916A6F80770D Reading status 3: Read at surface level. Bought from Amazon, undergrad. Opinion:

"Naive Set Theory" by Paul R. Halmos. Description: Edition reprint published by Dover, in 2017. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 104 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-486-81487-2 LC Classification: QA248.H26 2017 Libgen MD5: 450653DD557A4446C055CB8D30BC43AD Reading status 3: Read at surface level. Bought from Amazon, undergrad. Opinion:

"The Quantum Theory of Radiation" by E.R. Pike and Sarben Sarkar. Description: Edition 1 published by Oxford Science Publications, in the International Series of Monographs on Physics series, in 1995. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 342 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-198-52032-8 LC Classification: QC174.45.P55 1995 Libgen MD5: D5E2D02D482DE19D7E6B7F30566FDF88 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from LSU, undergrad. Opinion:

"Knots and Physics" by Louis H. Kauffman. Description: Edition 4 published by World Scientific Publishing, in the Series on Knots and Everything series, in 2013. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 846 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-9=814-38301-1 LC Classification: QC20.7.K56.K38 2013 Libgen MD5: 8A543CAECF9092F210B6175D7315D225 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Gift, ancient history. Opinion:

"The Road to Serfdom" by F.A. Hayek. Description: Edition 1 published by The University of Chicago Press, in the The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek series, in 1989. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes Good condition; 283 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-226-32055-7 LC Classification: HB171.H426 1989 Libgen MD5: Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Gift, ancient history. Opinion:

"Theoretical Physics" by Georg Joos, Ira M. Freeman. Description: Edition 3 published by Dover, in 1958. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Good condition; 885 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-486-65227-0 LC Classification: QC20.J613 1986 Libgen MD5: 57F4F51DA16D1031BD11791B3CE9AB79 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Dickson Street Bookshop, ancient history. Opinion:

"Elantris" by Brandon Sanderson. Description: Edition 1 published by Tor Fantasy, in 2005. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Good condition; 638 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-765-35037-4 LC Classification: PS3619.A533.E43 2005 Libgen MD5: F9852CCBC79D27C03BEF2F9C303A95B7 Reading status 5: Completely mastered. Bought from Unknown, ancient history. Opinion:

"Contact" by Carl Sagan. Description: Edition 1 published by Simon and Schuster, in 1985. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Good condition; 432 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-671-43400-4 LC Classification: PS3569.A287C6 1985 Libgen MD5: Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from brother snuck it into my books so he didn't have to do summer reading, ancient history. Opinion:

"Feynman Lectures on Gravitation" by Richard P. Feynman, Fernando B. Monigo, William G. Wagner. Description: Edition 1 published by Westview Press, in the The Advanced Book Program series, in 2003. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 232 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 97-0-813-34038-1 LC Classification: QC178.F49 1995 Libgen MD5: Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Gift, ancient history. Opinion:

"Warbreaker" by Brandon Sanderson. Description: Edition 1 published by Tor Fantasy, in 2009. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Good condition; 676 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-765-36003-8 LC Classification: PS3619.A533.W37 2009 Libgen MD5: 2CD882F09B7D982FA23A082B6E0DD4EB Reading status 5: Completely mastered. Bought from Unknown, ancient history. Opinion:

"Quantum Mechanics for Mathematicians" by Leon A. Takhtajan. Description: This book provides a comprehensive treatment of quantum mechanics from a mathematics perspective and is accessible to mathematicians starting with second-year graduate students. In addition to traditional topics, like classical mechanics, mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics, quantization, and the Schrodinger equation, this book gives a mathematical treatment of systems of identical particles with spin, and it introduces the reader to functional methods in quantum mechanics. This includes the Feynman path integral approach to quantum mechanics, integration in functional spaces, the relation between Feynman and Wiener integrals, Gaussian integration and regularized determinants of differential operators, fermion systems and integration over anticommuting (Grassmann) variables, supersymmetry and localization in loop spaces, and supersymmetric derivation of the Atiyah-Singer formula for the index of the Dirac operator. Prior to this book, mathematicians could find these topics only in physics textbooks and in specialized literature. This book is written in a concise style with careful attention to precise mathematics formulation of methods and results. Numerous problems, from routine to advanced, help the reader to master the subject. In addition to providing a fundamental knowledge of quantum mechanics, this book could also serve as a bridge for studying more advanced topics in quantum physics, among them quantum field theory. Prerequisites include standard first-year graduate courses covering linear and abstract algebra, topology and geometry, and real and complex analysis. Edition 1 published by American Mathematical Society, in the Graduate Studies in Mathematics series, in 2008. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 378 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-821-84360-8 LC Classification: QC174.12.43 2008 Libgen MD5: 169DCCD82CEAF12F5542F2B8C2550DE4 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion:

"Quantum Field Theory: Batalin-Vilkovisky Formalism and Its Applications" by Pavel Mnev. Description: This book originated from lecture notes for the course given by the author at the University of Notre Dame in the fall of 2016. The aim of the book is to give an introduction to the perturbative path integral for gauge theories (in particular, topological field theories) in Batalin Vilkovisky formalism and to some of its applications. The book is oriented toward a graduate mathematical audience and does not require any prior physics background. To elucidate the picture, the exposition is mostly focused on finite-dimensional models for gauge systems and path integrals, while giving comments on what has to be amended in the infinite-dimensional case relevant to local field theory. Motivating examples discussed in the book include Alexandrov Kontsevich Schwarz Zaboronsky sigma models, the perturbative expansion for Chern Simons invariants of 3-manifolds given in terms of integrals over configurations of points on the manifold, the BF theory on cellular decompositions of manifolds, and Kontsevich's deformation quantization formula. Edition 1 published by American Mathematical Society, in the University Lecture Series series, in 2019. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 186 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-1-147-04527-1 LC Classification: QC174.45.M635 2019 Libgen MD5: 3F37D55C4194866BC9BDE9B4AF52D6A5 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Amazon, undergrad. Opinion:

"Conquering the Physics GRE" by Yoni Kahn and Adam Anderson. Description: "Studying for the GRE can be overwhelming! This book is long because it contains all the information you need to ace the exam, but not every student needs to study every chapter in equal detail. Here are some suggestions for how to use this book. The Physics GRE is a test of outside knowledge, so some memorization is inevitable. However, we have made a concerted effort to separate equations which are only used in special worked examples from equations which are worth remembering for the test. The only equations worth remembering are given equation numbers and are included in the Equation Index at the back of the book along with the page number where they appear; anything else you can safely forget for test day. This is still quite a long list, so rather than memorize each equation, check out Chapter 9 for suggestions on how to reduce your memorization workload by deriving more complex equations from more basic ones. Edition 3 published by Cambridge University Press, in 2018. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Fair condition; 282 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-1-108-40956-8 LC Classification: QC32.K3 2018 Libgen MD5: 4221C14A5F416D8842D7567C2B1A4C5E Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Amazon, undergrad. Opinion:

"Hayek: His Contribution to the Political and Economic Thought of Our Time" by Eamonn Butler. Description: Edition 1 published by Universe Books, in 1985. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes Good condition; 168 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-876-63457-7 LC Classification: HB101.H39B87 1985 Libgen MD5: Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Gift, Undergrad. Opinion:

"Finite Element Analysis Fundamentals" by Richard H. Gallagher. Description: Edition 1 published by Prentice-Hall, in the Prentice-Hall Civil Enginerering and Engineering Mechanics series, in 1975. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes Good condition; 420 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-133-17248-1 LC Classification: TA646.G33 1975 Libgen MD5: Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Dickson Street Bookshop, March 2023. Opinion:

"Advanced Concepts in Operating Systems: Distributed, Database, and Multiprocessor Operating Systems" by Mukesh Singhal, Niranjan G. Shivaratri. Description: Operating systems have evolved substantially over the past two decades, and there is a need for a book which can explain major developments and changes in this dynamic field. This is such a book. Comprehensive, and useful as a text and reference, Advanced Concepts in Operating Systems lays down all the concepts and mechanisms involved in the design of advanced operating systems. The discussion is reinforced by many examples and cases. Edition 1 published by McGraw-Hill, in the McGraw-Hill Series in Computer Science series, in 1994. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 522 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-07-957572-X LC Classification: QA76.76.063.S565 1994 Libgen MD5: AB844F131471258318CCF57D367A7409 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from LSU, undergrad. Opinion:

"Linear Algebra with Applications" by Otto Bretscher. Description: Linear transformations are introduced early in the text to make the discussion of matrix operations more meaningful and easier to navigate. Visualization and geometrical interpretation are emphasized extensively throughout the text. An abundance of problems, exercises, and applications help students assess their understanding and master the material. Abstract concepts are introduced gradually throughout the text. Major ideas are carefully developed at various levels of generality before the student is introduced to abstract vector spaces. Discrete and continuous dynamical systems are used as a motivation for eigenvectors and as a unifying theme thereafter. Fifty to sixty True/False questions conclude every chapter, testing conceptual understanding and encouraging students to read the text. Historical problems from ancient Chinese, Indian, Arabic, and early European sources add diversity to the selection of exercises. Rotations, reflections, projections, and shears are used throughout to illustrate new ideas. Multiple perspectives on the kernel of a matrix are presented, with a stronger emphasis on the relations among the columns. Commutative diagrams enhance students' conceptual understanding of the matrix of a linear transformation. These diagrams enable students to visualize the relations between linear transformations. A more conceptual approach to the QR factorization is presented, in terms of a change-of-basis. Edition 5 published by Pearson, in 2019. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Good condition; 497 pages. Last location: moving box 1 ISBN-13: 978-0-93-534-3304-8 LC Classification: QA184.2.B73 2019 Libgen MD5: B695F15487801F071E46FC80E4355135 Reading status 4: Read a good chunk in depth. Bought from Unknown, Spring 2020. Opinion: Indian editions are weird and bad.

"Probability Theory: The Logic of Science" by E.T. Jaynes. Description: Going beyond the conventional mathematics of probability theory, this study views the subject in a wider context. It discusses new results, along with applications of probability theory to a variety of problems. The book contains many exercises and is suitable for use as a textbook on graduate-level courses involving data analysis. Aimed at readers already familiar with applied mathematics at an advanced undergraduate level or higher, it is of interest to scientists concerned with inference from incomplete information. Edition 1 published by Cambridge University Press, in 2003. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 727 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-0-521-59271-0 LC Classification: QA273.J36 2003 Libgen MD5: 9F66B52D48E834CE0B520096F7FB87EF Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Amazon, Undergrad. Opinion:

"Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing" by William H. Press, Brian P. Flannery, Saul A. Teukolsky, William T. Vettering. Description: Edition 1 published by Cambridge University Press, in 1986. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes Fair condition; 818 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-0-521-30811-9 LC Classification: QA297.N866 1986 Libgen MD5: Reading status : Bought from 1, Amazon. Opinion: June 2023

"Enumerative Combinatorics" by Richard P. Stanley. Description: Edition 2, volume 1; published by Cambridge University Press, in the Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics series, in 2012. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes New condition; 626 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-1-107-60262-5 LC Classification: QA164.8.S73 2011 Libgen MD5: B32B3D700D21CC27D67601A29911F887 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"Naive Lie Theory" by John Stillwell. Description: Edition 1 published by Springer, in the Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics series, in 2008. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes New condition; 217 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-0-387-78214-0 LC Classification: QA252.3.S74 2008 Libgen MD5: 0B363588E7F8414FDA49866D0792E253 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market: The Scholar's Edition" by Murray N. Rothbard. Description: Edition 2 published by Ludwig von Mises Institute, in 2009. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no New condition; 1438 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-1-933-55027-5 LC Classification: HB171.R68 2009 Libgen MD5: E2BFB1BF789A6EFA346CBBCCD8B88777 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"Anarchy, State, and Utopia" by Robert Nozick. Description: Edition 2 published by Basic Books, in 2013. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 372 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-0-465-05100-7 LC Classification: JC571.N68 2013 Libgen MD5: 3AECCF2D9E728142D87A3F08FE0F2B10 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"For A New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto" by Murray N. Rothbard. Description: Edition 1 published by Ludwig von Mises Institute, in 2023. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 420 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-1-61016-731-4 LC Classification: JC.599.U5.R66 2023 Libgen MD5: Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"Commutative Algebra with a View Toward Algebraic Geometry" by David Eisenbud. Description: Edition 1 published by Springer, in the Graduate Texts in Mathematics series, in 2004. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 797 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 0-387-94269-6 LC Classification: QA251.3.E38 2004 Libgen MD5: 224E519DCF53BF9810D7D634E9C27E70 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from gift, December 2022. Opinion:

"Methods of Theoretical Physics" by Philip M. Morse, Herman Feshbach. Description: Edition 1, volume 2; published by McGraw-Hill, in 1953. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no Good condition; 979 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: LC Classification: QC20.M6 1953 Libgen MD5: BA3437B05BB7EB63C1ABCEB64F180C95 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"Methods of Theoretical Physics" by Philip M. Morse, Herman Feshbach. Description: Edition 1, volume 1; published by McGraw-Hill, in 1953. Hardcover: yes Jacket: no Good condition; 997 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: LC Classification: QC20.M6 1953 Libgen MD5: 8734CBE3E52C29824AE3AD257DF375B4 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

"Integrated Circuits: Design Principles and Fabrication" by Engineering Staff of Motorola Semiconductor Products Division. Description: Edition 1 published by Motorola, in 1965. Hardcover: yes Jacket: yes Good condition; 383 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 678-9-101112 LC Classification: TK7874.M56 1965 Libgen MD5: Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Dickson Street Bookshop, March 2023. Opinion:

"Topoi: The Categorical Analysis of Logic" by Robert Goldblatt. Description: A classic exposition of a branch of mathematical logic that uses category theory, this text is suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students and accessible to both philosophically and mathematically oriented readers. Its approach moves always from the particular to the general, following through the steps of the abstraction process until the abstract concept emerges naturally. Beginning with a survey of set theory and its role in mathematics, the text proceeds to definitions and examples of categories and explains the use of arrows in place of set-membership. The introduction to topos structure covers topos logic, algebra of subobjects, and intuitionism and its logic, advancing to the concept of functors, set concepts and validity, and elementary truth. Explorations of categorial set theory, local truth, and adjointness and quantifiers conclude with a study of logical geometry. Edition 2 published by Dover, in 2006. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 551 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-0-468-45026-1 LC Classification: QA169.G64 1983 Libgen MD5: 5355A6047086FD06CBCC6CF62D6205F9 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Amazon, Fall 2022. Opinion:

"Introduction to Lattices and Order" by B.A. Davey and H.A. Priestly. Description: Ordered structures have been increasingly recognized in recent years due to an explosion of interest in theoretical computer science and all areas of discrete mathematics. This book covers areas such as ordered sets and lattices. A key feature of ordered sets, one which is emphasized in the text, is that they can be represented pictorially. Lattices are also considered as algebraic structures and hence a purely algebraic study is used to reinforce the ideas of homomorphisms and of ideals encountered in group theory and ring theory. Exposure to elementary abstract algebra and the rotation of set theory are the only prerequisites for this text. For the new edition, much has been rewritten or expanded and new exercises have been added. Edition 2 published by Cambridge University Press, in 2002. Hardcover: no Jacket: no New condition; 298 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 978-0-521-7851-1 LC Classification: QA.171.5.D38 2002 Libgen MD5: 875BA80648218E512C5E64867920BBF9 Reading status 2: Skimmed a little. Bought from Amazon, Fall 2022. Opinion:

"Introduction to Algorithms" by Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest. Description: There are books on algorithms that are rigorous but not complete and books that cover masses of material but are not rigorous. Introduction to Algorithms combines the attributes of comprehensiveness and comprehensibility. It will be equally useful as a text, a handbook, and a general reference. "Introduction to Algorithms" covers both classical material and such modern developments as amortized analysis and parallel algorithms. The mathematical exposition, while rigorous, is carefully detailed so that it will be accessible to all levels of readers. Chapters are organized so that they start with elementary material and progress to more advanced topics. Each chapter is relatively self-contained and can be used as a unit of study. Algorithms are presented in a pseudocode that can be easily read by anyone familiar with Fortran, C, or Pascal. Numerous pertinent examples, figures, exercises, and case-study problems emphasize both engineering and mathematical aspects of the subject. Edition 1 published by The MIT Press, McGraw-Hill, in the MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science series, in 1990. Hardcover: no Jacket: no Fair condition; 1028 pages. Last location: Bedroom bookshelf ISBN-13: 0-262-03141-8, 0-07-013143-0 LC Classification: QA.76.6.C662 1989 Libgen MD5: 2A82430839764BFE84DA9238F93B5C60 Reading status 1: Unread. Bought from Amazon, June 2023. Opinion:

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