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Every aunt and grandma these days know about CLRS and Skiena. I want to know more books specific to the subject. These CLRS, Sidewick and Skiena books are definitely not meant to be read indepedently. They're for classrooms imho.

Please recommend something aside from what I already know.

1) Graph theory
What I know
- Narsingh Deo

2) Asymptotic notations

3) Searching and Sorting

4) Trees

5) Recursion

What I have tried:

I bought classic data structures and god I regret purchasing it. Please don't make me regret again.
Updated 15-Oct-23 3:27am

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If you can afford the whole set The Art of Computer Programming by Knuth is an excellent source
The Art of Computer-Programming-Volumes-1-4B-Boxed[^]

Or you can look through the various volumes and decide which has what you need;
Volume 1: Fundamental Algorithms
Volume 2; Seminumerical Algorithms
Volume 3: Sorting and Searching
Volume 4: Combinatorial Algorithms
Volume 5: Syntactical Algorithms
Volume 6: Therory of Languages
Volume 7: Compilers
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