## Programming Classics: Implementing the World's Best AlgorithmsThis volume provides a catalogue of the best algorithms ever devised for a wide range of practical problems facing those who write computer programs. Less mathematical and more practical in approach than other volumes, it helps programmers save research and programming time and enables them to quickly and easily generate efficient structured code in solving such problems. Complete algorithms are provided — along with discussions of their use and an in-depth analysis of each. Provides utility algorithms as well as those useful in numbering, permuting, data structuring, sorting, searching, randomizing, bookkeeping, financing, curve fitting, file updating, evaluating, and estimating. A tool kit of solutions for all levels of computer programmers in industry and business. |

### Contents

Arithmetic | 22 |

Numeration | 43 |

Permutations and Combinations | 71 |

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### Common terms and phrases

algorithm array of integers binary bits Bucket byte calculated call append call Sort-2 character check digit Cobol Code function Code procedure current record doubly linked list efficient eigenvalue eigenvector elements else-if end for Code end for end end for let end if end end if let end loop end-of-file Epact equations example Exported Names File number Fortran free list hash code hash function hash table Header heap Hilbert matrix IMPLEMENTATION Index insert integers let integers variable Isize iteration let Sum master file block master file record matrix maxinteger MaxNodes method Multiplier net present value NextOne Nicknames node orthogonal polynomial output Parent permutations pivot pointer points polynomial position Product Pseudo Code initialize queue random number receives Lower result integer Roman numerals Sibling Soundex specified stack subprogram subscript supplies test program text string text variable trailer trailer record tree trie true-false word Xvalue Yvalue zero

### References to this book

Peer-to-Peer Computing: Building Supercomputers with Web Technologies Alfred Wai-Sing Loo Limited preview - 2007 |