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Algorithm
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These algorithm books have been chosen due to their public reviews.
They aren't related to Matlab, but introduce general concepts and ideas
that can be used to solve problems in any programming language.

In computer science, math and related
subjects, an algorithm is a
method for solving a problem expressed as a logic sequence of
instructions.
Algorithms
(methods or procedures in ordinary language) are used for data
processing and problem solving. Each algorithm is a list of clear and
logic instructions for completing a task. 
The 'Introduction to
design...' book by
A. V. Levitin is excellent for a basic course in the
design
and analysis of algorithms. This edition features 80 new puzzles and
exercises, as well as separate sections on the analysis of nonrecursive
and recursive algorithms; coverage of empirical analysis and algorithm
visualization; approximation algorithms; iterative improvement
algorithms covering the simplex method, network flows, and much more...



The book 'Invent Your
Own Computer Games...' by A. Sweigart teaches
you programming in the Python language. Each chapter
gives the complete source code for a new game and teaches the
programming concepts from these examples. The book was written to be
understandable by anyone of any age who has never programmed
before. This edition has revised content, including
using the Pygame library
to make games with graphics, animation, and sound.




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