By Christos Papadimitriou, Sanjoy Dasgupta, Umesh Vazirani
This article, widely class-tested over a decade at UC Berkeley and UC San Diego, explains the basics of algorithms in a narrative line that makes the cloth relaxing and simple to digest. Emphasis is put on realizing the crisp mathematical thought at the back of each one set of rules, in a fashion that's intuitive and rigorous with out being unduly formal.
positive factors contain: using packing containers to reinforce the narrative: items that offer historic context, descriptions of ways the algorithms are utilized in perform, and tours for the mathematically subtle.
conscientiously selected complex subject matters that may be skipped in a typical one-semester direction, yet will be lined in a sophisticated algorithms direction or in a extra leisurely two-semester series.
An obtainable remedy of linear programming introduces scholars to 1 of the best achievements in algorithms. An not obligatory bankruptcy at the quantum set of rules for factoring presents a different peephole into this intriguing subject. as well as the textual content, DasGupta additionally bargains a options handbook, that's to be had at the on-line studying heart.
"Algorithms is a phenomenal undergraduate textual content, both trained via the ancient roots and modern functions of its topic. Like a charming novel, it's a pleasure to read." Tim Roughgarden Stanford college
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Suppose that her private key d is compromised and becomes known to Eve. Show that if e = 3 (a common choice) then Eve can efficiently factor N . 44. Alice and her three friends are all users of the RSA cryptosystem. Her friends have public keys (Ni , ei = 3), i = 1, 2, 3, where as always, Ni = pi qi for randomly chosen n-bit primes pi , qi . Show that if Alice sends the same n-bit message M (encrypted using RSA) to each of her friends, then anyone who intercepts all three encrypted messages will be able to efficiently recover M .
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