By Lydia Kronsjö
This e-book provides a compact but entire survey of significant leads to the computational complexity of sequential algorithms. this is often through a hugely informative advent to the advance of parallel algorithms, with the emphasis on non-numerical algorithms. the cloth is so chosen that the reader in lots of circumstances is ready to persist with an identical challenge for which either sequential and parallel algorithms are mentioned - the simultaneous presentation of sequential and parallel algorithms for fixing permitting the reader to understand their universal and precise good points.
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