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This textbook comes from MIT Press and was published in 2009. Buy Introduction to Algorithms Third Edition online now and invest in this edition of the book. The authors are Thomas H Cormen, Charles E Leiserson and Ronald L Rivest, and they have created a stunning introduction to this area of algebra. Introduction to Algorithms Third Edition used copies are the best way to get the cheapest books around today that are in a pre-owned condition. For affordable prices and superb value, buy Introduction to Algorithms Third Edition used today. It's the smart way to get ahead as other US students already have.
Charles E. Leiserson is the author of 'Introduction to Algorithms, 3rd Edition', published 2009 under ISBN 9780262033848 and ISBN 0262033844.
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