## CLRS + Algorithhms by Robert Sedgewick, Kevin Wayne +Algorithm_design by Jon Kleinberg and Éva Tardos

anandp033/awesome-algorithms-books CLRS + Algorithhms by Robert Sedgewick, Kevin Wayne +Algorithm_design by Jon Kleinberg and Éva Tardos Users starred: 36Users forked: 18Users watching: 36Updated at: 2020-05-14 20:04:57 Top algorithms books Introduction-to-algorithms-3rd-edition(CLSR) The Algorithm Design Manual by Steven S.Skiena Grokking Algorithms: An Illustrated Guide for Programmers by aditya Bhargava Algorithhms 4th...

## :books: C++ and Python solutions with automated tests for Cracking the Coding Interview 6th Edition.

alexhagiopol/cracking-the-coding-interview :books: C++ and Python solutions with automated tests for Cracking the Coding Interview 6th Edition. Users starred: 259Users forked: 89Users watching: 259Updated at:...

## Team reference for Competitive Programming. Algorithms implementations very used in the ACM-ICPC contests. Latex template to build your own team reference.

ivangalban/TeamReference Team reference for Competitive Programming. Algorithms implementations very used in the ACM-ICPC contests. Latex template to build your own team reference. Users starred: 18Users...

## Contains solutions and codes to various online competitive programming challenges and some good problems. The links to the problem sets are specified at the beginning of each code.

amitrajitbose/Competitive_Programming Contains solutions and codes to various online competitive programming challenges and some good problems. The links to the problem sets are specified at the beginning of each...

## A collection of classical algorithms and data-structures implementation in C++ for coding interview and competitive programming

kaidul/Data_Structure_and_Algorithms_Library A collection of classical algorithms and data-structures implementation in C++ for coding interview and competitive programming Users starred: 101Users forked:...

## Python and DP

DP or Dynamic Programming has always been a hot topic for programmers, for solving a DP problem one has to think of recursive solution for a given problem, the main idea of DP is to avoid re-computing the function calls that have already been executed. For realising this concept we have to maintain tables to store the results of function calls. In python we can use a dictionary for storing the results of function calls. Here we will...