This course teaches a calculus that enables precise quantitative predictions of large combinatorial structures. In addition, this course covers generating functions and real asymptotics and then introduces the symbolic method in the context of applications in the analysis of algorithms and basic structures such as permutations, trees, strings, words, and mappings.
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Apr 29, 2018

This course is more about mathematic than algorithms, it teaches how to solve tricky combinatorial problems

Mar 10, 2018

This is great course if you already done some algorithms courses and want to go deeper.

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創建者 Andriy K

•Apr 29, 2018

This course is more about mathematic than algorithms, it teaches how to solve tricky combinatorial problems

創建者 Hafidz J L

•Mar 10, 2018

This is great course if you already done some algorithms courses and want to go deeper.

創建者 Ivan F

•May 03, 2018

This course offers an extensive coverage of mathematical material like tools and techniques, putting special emphasis on simple principles and never losing its focus on the general perspective of the topic.

Developing insight on analytic functions together with combinatorics and the practical applications of theory into code gives a significant advantage over using naive approaches.

A special appreciation to Prof. Sedgewick's endless efforts for disseminating mathematical knowledge among programmers, over this platform and even outside!

Thank you very much.

創建者 Madhav N W

•Nov 22, 2019

Excellent course, great exercise in combinatorics.

創建者 HelloIsJeffrey

•Jan 10, 2019

This course is very helpfull!

創建者 zhangdi

•Sep 16, 2018

算法3

創建者 Zhenwei L

•Sep 24, 2019

Some of the problems are very interesting and I'm quite impressed by the symbolic method. Howerver, part of the contents are too "detailed" which is dull in my opinion.

創建者 Konstantin

•Apr 26, 2018

I didn't like this course at all. Cover less material, but explain it better. Most of the students drop out after week 3.