AN INTRODUCTION TO 3D COMPUTER VISION TECHNIQUES AND ALGORITHMS

Recent decades have seen rapidly growing research in many areas of computer science, including computer vision. This comes from the natural interest of researchers as well as demands from industry and society for qualitatively new features to be afforded by computers. One especially desirable capability would be automatic reconstruction and analysis of the surrounding 3D […]

GRAPH THEORY, COMBINATORICS AND ALGORITHMS

The Haifa Workshops on Interdisciplinary Applications of Graph Theory, Combinatorics and Algorithms have been held at the Caesarea Rothschild Institute (C.R.I.), University of Haifa, every year since 2001. This volume consists of survey chapters based on presentations given at the 2001 and 2002 Workshops, as well as other colloquia given at C.R.I. The Rothschild Lectures […]

Algorithms

This book is intended to survey the most important computer algorithms in use today, and to teach fundamental techniques to the growing number of people in need of knowing them. It is intended for use as a textbook for a second course in computer science, after students have acquired basic programming skills and familiarity with […]

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS Second Edition

THIS book is intended to be a thorough overview of the primary techniques used in the mathematical analysis of algorithms. 􀄻e material covered draws from classical mathematical topics, including discrete mathematics, elementary real analysis, and combinatorics, as well as from classical computer science topics, including algorithms and data structures. 􀄻e focus is on “average-case” or […]

T h e B o o k o f GNS3

I started using GNS3 early in its development and took to it like a duck to water. From the beginning I could see it was going to be an invaluable networking tool. I’ve used it to get hands-on experience with operating systems such as Cisco IOS, Junos OS, and Arista, as well as to pass […]

Chromatic Algorithms Synthetic Color, Computer Art, and Aesthetics after Code

Arriving in off-the-shelf commercial software in the early 1990s, the appearance of digital color as flexible, intuitive, and user-friendly is actually quite puzzling. There is no way for users to find out how these colors actually work or how different people see colors differently in different contexts (even the same hue fluctuates between monitors). Nor […]

Algorithmic Algebra

In the fall of 1987, I taught a graduate computer science course entitled “Symbolic Computational Algebra” at New York University. A rough set of class-notes grew out of this class and evolved into the following final form at an excruciatingly slow pace over the last five years. This book also benefited from the comments and […]