Foundations of Computer Science: C Edition
by Al Aho, Jeff Ullman
Publisher: W. H. Freeman 1994
Number of pages: 786
Aho and Ullman have created a C version of their groundbreaking text. As in that text, this book combines the theoretical foundations of computing with essential discrete mathematics. It follows the same organizations as its predecessor, with all examples and exercises in C.
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