By Hosam M. Mahmoud
Whereas numerous first-class books were written on algorithms and their research, remarkably few were devoted to the probabilistic research of algorithms. This graduate text/professional reference fills that hole and brings jointly fabric that's scattered over tens of courses. Its unifying subject is the learn of a few periods of random seek bushes compatible to be used as facts buildings with a habit of random development that's nearly pretty much as good as balanced bushes.
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