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This was required reading for a class of mine and it is by far the best textbook I have ever read. It explains the concepts in a very understandable manner and it also gives some... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Colby
For such a complex topic, this book is surprisingly descriptive. Any notation that is confusing they clearly explain. Read morePublished 6 months ago by le zhang
The best thing about this book, is that is has many examples.
So you will be able to test your understanding of the material. Read more
A little tough to read, but an excellent introduction for someone new to the field and subject!Published 17 months ago by John barlow
A good introduction and it refreshed my dim memory of the subject from 20 years ago.Published 20 months ago by PhilWright
Don't be put off by the complex symbols and biblical diagrams. They mean something, and this book explains everything very clearly. Read morePublished on April 5, 2014 by Yang Liu
I had this book for my Theory of Computation class. It came in good condition. The author glosses over the little details sometimes in his book, specifically with the proofs. Read morePublished on December 19, 2013 by Phillip
I am a starter on the theory of computation.
I think this book may lead me to advanced level...