Anyone familiar with the "Matters Computational" book?

02222019, 09:05 PM
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Anyone familiar with the "Matters Computational" book?
Many members have posted links and information about mathematics and mathematical books. In my web reading I stumbled across Matters Computational, Ideas, Algorithms, Source Code by Jorg Arndt. The book was formerly titled Algorithms for Programmers and is available for download on the authors web site (which has a nice collection of other links as well). The book and related information can be found at
https://www.jjj.de/fxt/fxtpage.html#fxtbook The main sections of this 978 page stack of bricks are I Low level algorithms II Combinatorial generation III Fast transforms IV Fast arithmetic V Algorithms for finite fields This seems like a great reference work. Has anyone made use of it? ~Mark Who decides? 

02242019, 04:18 PM
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RE: Anyone familiar with the "Matters Computational" book?
Thanks you. I'm mathematicallychallenged but I downloaded the book for a rainy year.
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