How to Solve it by Computer is a computer science book by R. G. Dromey[1], first published by Prentice-Hall in 1982. It is occasionally used as a textbook, especially in India.[2][3][4][5]

It is an introduction to the whys of algorithms and data structures. Features of the book:

The design factors associated with problems

The creative process behind coming up with innovative solutions for algorithms and data structures

The line of reasoning behind the constraints, factors and the design choices made.

The very fundamental algorithms portrayed by this book are mostly presented in pseudocode and/or Pascal notation.

See also

How to Solve It, by George Pólya, the author's mentor and inspiration for writing the book.

References

Dromey, R. G. (1982). How to Solve it by Computer. Prentice-Hall International. ISBN 978-0-13-434001-2.

"Syllabus of B.Sc.(H) Computer Science" (PDF). Delhi University.

CSL 101: Introduction to Computers and Programming, IIT Delhi

CS13002 Programming and Data Structures, IIT Kharagpur

"Syllabus of B.E. E.C.E" (PDF). Anna University.

Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics

Graduate Studies in Mathematics

Hellenica World - Scientific Library

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