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Knowing which algorithm to algorithms in a nutshell under which set of circum- stances can make a big difference in the software you produce. You can access this page at: Try it for free at http: Acknowledgments We would like to thank the book reviewers for their attention to detail and suggestions, which improved the presentation and removed defects from earlier drafts: Gary Pollice would like to thank his wife Vikki for 40 great years.
He also wants to thank the WPI computer science department for a great environment and a great job.
Stanley Selkow would like to thank his wife, Deb.