Wonderfully concise discussions . . . full of wit . . . It is nearly the perfect book for the noncomputer scientists who want to learn something about the field. (Nature
Recommended as a general topics source for anyone interested in computer science. Dewdney's use of unusual and practical examples and illustrations to explain the material makes his very readable prose even better. (Choice
A useful book of worthwhile diversions. (Computer Books Review
About the Author
A. K. Dewdney teaches computer science at the University of Western Ontario.