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Introduction to Algorithms, third edition

@inproceedings{Cormen2009IntroductionTA,
  title={Introduction to Algorithms, third edition},
  author={Thomas H. Cormen and Charles E. Leiserson and Ronald L. Rivest and Clifford Stein},
  year={2009}
}
If you had to buy just one text on algorithms, Introduction to Algorithms is a magnificent choice. The book begins by considering the mathematical foundations of the analysis of algorithms and maintains this mathematical rigor throughout the work. The tools developed in these opening sections are then applied to sorting, data structures, graphs, and a variety of selected algorithms including computational geometry, string algorithms, parallel models of computation, fast Fourier transforms (FFTs… 
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