Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures (Manning)
Monday, 12 July 2021

In this book, Marcello La Rocca introduces a collection of algorithms for complex programming challenges in data analysis, machine learning, and graph computing. The book introduces powerful approaches to a wide range of tricky coding challenges that you can adapt and apply to your own applications. Providing a balanced blend of classic, advanced, and new algorithms, this practical guide upgrades your programming toolbox with new perspectives and hands-on techniques.

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Author: Marcello La Rocca
Publisher: Manning
Date: June 2021
Pages: 768
ISBN: 978-1617295485
Print: 1617295485
Kindle: ‎ B098PHVRKG
Audience: General
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques 

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Topics covered:

 

  • Build on basic data structures you already know
  • Profile your algorithms to speed up application
  • Store and query strings efficiently
  • Distribute clustering algorithms with MapReduce
  • Solve logistics problems using graphs and optimization algorithms

 

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