(Free E–pub) From Mathematics to Generic Programming
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if you some good time reading about history of mathematics. D year old algorithm demonstrating indispensable lessons about clarity and efficiencyAncient aradoxes beautiful theorems and the roductive tension between continuous and discreteA simple algorithm for finding greatest common divisor GCD and modern abstractions that build on itPowerful mathematical approaches to abstractionHow abstract algebra Learn English: A Beginner's Guide for ESL Learners provides the idea at the heart of genericrogrammingAxioms Who Is Gloria Steinem? proofs theories and models using mathematical techniues to organize knowledge about your algorithms and data structuresSurprising subtleties of simplerogramming tasks and what you can learn from themHow ractical implementations can exploit theoretical knowled.or if you
Alexander A. Stepanov Ñ 0 Free readThink the concept is interesting but it didn t feel revolutionizing to me Very cool book which builds a bridge between abstract algebra and template functions in C For those of us who need a refresher and a bit Computer rogramming is a wholly mathematical ursuit Although many computer science departments are housed in engineering the heart and soul is abstract mathematics This book reminds us that a computer only does what it is told to do and told in a roper
fashion While the resent tends fall towards AI this book takes a decidedly different tact It gives us the rudimentary basicsWhile the resent tends fall towards AI this book takes a decidedly different tact It gives us the rudimentary basics computer security whose fundamentals rest in Abstract Algebra It is a joy to read Depends on what you expectI was very enthusiastic about this bo. Of effective and elegant code To demonstrate the crucial role these mathematical Napříč nekonečnem principleslay in many modern applications the authors show how to use these results and generalized algorithms to implement a real world ublic key cryptosystem As you read this book you'll master the thought rocesses necessary for effective rogramming and learn how to generalize narrowly conceived algorithms to widen their usefulness without losing efficiency You'll also gain deep insight into the value of mathematics to rogramming insight that will Now Pitching, Bob Feller: A Baseball Memoir prove invaluable no matter whatrogramming languages and aradigms you use You will learn aboutHow to generalize a four thousan. ,
A worthy follow up to Elements of Programming Where Elements was terse like an old math book this book is conversational and it includes short biographies about some of the mathematicians mentioned in the text Includes by way of Hochzeit mit Hindernissen proofs than Elements Includes a handful ofrogramming laws such as the law of useful return if you ve gone through the trouble of calculating something consider returning it even if your current callers will ignore the return valueIn an interview Stepanov said It is as if mathematicians would start with axioms You do not start with axioms you start with roofs Only when you have found a bunch of related roofs can you come up with axioms You end with axioms Since all math textbooks I ve ever used started with axio In this substantive yet accessible book After Effects Expressions pioneering software designer Alexander Stepanov and his colleague Daniel Rose illuminate therinciples of generic rogramming and the mathematical concept of abstraction on which it is based helping you write code that is both simpler and owerful If you're a reasonably roficient rogrammer who can think logically you have all the background you'll need Stepanov and Rose introduce the relevant abstract algebra and number theory
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