I have been the SIGACT NEWS Book Review Column Editor
for a while now. Every issue I have a list of books
that I WANT reviewed. This works pretty well, but I recently
if only I had a way to let LOTS of people know the list
of books I want reviewed. That might work better.
Until I do, here is the current list of books I want reviewed.
If you want to review one of them then email me by Thursday Oct 22
(I will be sending in the column, including a hopefully shortened
version of this list, on Oct 23.)
You email should include your postal address so I'll know where to
send the book. If you are in America I will postal mail you the book,
if you are in a different country I will try to get the publisher
to send you the book (this works most of the time).
For ADVICE on reviewing books see
Books on Algorithms and Data Structures
The Art of Computer Prgramming Vol 4, Fascicle 0:
An introduction to Combinatorial Algorihtms and Boolean Functions
by Donald Knuth
Algorithmic Adventures: From Knowledge to Magic
by Juraj Hromkovic.
by Lovasz and Plummer.
Algorithms and Data Structures: The Basic Toolbox
by Mehlhorn and Sanders.
The Algorithms Design Manual
Algorithms on Strings
by Crochemore, Hancart, and Lecroq.
Combinatorial Geometry and its Algorithmic
Applications: The Alcala Lectures
by Pach and Sharir.
Algorithms for Statistical Signal Processing
by Proakis, Rader, Ling, Nikias, Moonen, Proudler.
Nonlinear Integer Programming by Li and Sun.
Binary Quadratic Forms: An Algorithmic Approach
by Buchmann and Vollmer.
Time Dependent Scheduling
The Burrows-Wheeler Transform:
Data Compression, Suffix Arrays, and Pattern Matching
by Adjeroh, Bell, Mukherjee.
by Casanova, Legrand, and Robert.
Mathematics for the Analysis of Algorithms
by Greene and Knuth.
Concentration of Measure for the Analysis of Randomized
by Dubhashi and Panconesi.
Handbook of Large Scale Random Networks
Edited by Bollobas, Kozma, and Miklos.
Vehicular Networks: From Theory to Practice
Edited by Olariu and Weigle.
Books on Cryptography
Introduction to Modern Cryptography
by Katz and Lindell.
Concurrent Zero-Knowledge by Alon Rosen.
Introduction to cryptography: Principles and Applications
by Delfs and Knebl.
Elliptic Curves: Number Theory and Cryptography
Secure Key Establishment by Choo.
Algebraic Crypanlysis by Bard
An introduction to Mathematical Crytography
by Hoffstein, Pipher, Silverman.
A Course in Number Theory and Cryptography
Cryptanalytic Attacks on RSA
Books on Coding Theory
Algebraic Function Fields and Codes
Coding for Data and Computer Communications
by David Salomon.
Applied Algebra: Codes, Ciphers, and Discrete Algorithms
by Hardy, Richman, and Walker.
Books on Theory of Computation
The Calculus of Computation: Decision Procedures with
Applications to Verification
by Bradley and Manna.
Computability of the Julia Sets
by Braverman and Yampolsky.
Models of Computation: An introduction to
by Roberts and Tesman.
Combinatorics the Rota Way
by Kung, Rota, and Yan.
A Course in Enumeration
Chromatic Graph Theory
by Chatrang and Zhang.
by Lindner and Rodger.
Combinatorial Methods with computer applications
A combinatorial approach to matrix theory and
by Brualdi and Cvetkovic.
Quantum Computer Science: An Introduction
Complex Social Networks
Branching Programs and Binary Decision Diagrams
When Least is Best: How Mathematicians Discovered many clever
ways to make things as small (or as large) as possible
Stories about Maxima and Minima by Tikhomirov.
Decision and Elections: Explaining the Unexpected
Is Mathematics Inevitable? A Miscellany
Edited by Underwodd Dudley.
Comprehensive Mathematics for Computer Scientists 1:
Sets and numbers, graphs and algebra, logic and machines, linear
by Mazzola, Milmeister, and Weissmann.
Difference Equations: From Rabbits to Chaos
by Cull, Flahive, and Robson.
Mathematical Tools for Data Mining
by Simovici and Djeraba.
A Concise introduction to Data Compression by Salomon.
Practical Text Mining with Perl
by Roger Biliosly.
The fourth edition of Proofs from the Book is now published and there is five new chapters. I would be glad to have some review of the new materialReplyDelete
More like 52 books that I just plain want.ReplyDelete
Should one be an expert in a field in order to review a book from that field?ReplyDelete
You can send me one as a christmas present Bill :PReplyDelete
Which books are good for which levels? For example, which books on this list are good for new graduate students in theory to review? Any?ReplyDelete