# Fundamental Algorithms, Spring 2003 OTHER LINKS

Feel free to send me helpful links that relates to the subject matter of this class! Here are some links from students in the past:
Background in Discrete Math
Students often ask me for recommendations for a book on for mathematical background including discrete math. The following book has been highly recommended (it looks well-written to me):

``Discrete Mathematics with Applications'', by Susanna S. Epp, Wadsworth Group/Thomson Learning, Second Edition, 1995.

• B-Trees from www.autoobjects.com/Home/Teaching/
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http://www.autoobjects.com/Home/Teaching/CmpE_126/CmpE_126_Lectures/B-Tree/b-tree.html

There is a rich collection of other data structure articles.
Contributed by Dan Updike.
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• Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures at NIST
```You may have already seen this, but I thought I'd
pass it along... The following is a link to NIST's
"Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures" page.

Regards,
Joe

(Joseph Gregory Pawletko <jgp222@nyu.edu >)
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• Data structure visualization at Marburg
```In the link below you can download applet that shows lots of algorithms,
data structures and its operations (you'll need Java run-time engine).
Unzip and execute start.bat.

http://pc12377.mathematik.uni-marburg.de/research/projects/dsn/dsn_0.95-6.zip

Gazi

(Gazmend Gjonbalaj <gg399@nyu.edu>)
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• Handouts on CLRS from MIT
```Hello Steve,

I found this...

http://theory.lcs.mit.edu/classes/6.046/spring03/handouts.html
There are solutions for some problems in CLRS.

Regards,
Joe

(Joseph Gregory Pawletko <jgp222@nyu.edu >)
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LINKS FROM PAST CLASSES (may no longer be relevant):