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July 31, 2009, 04:10

Wael, Thanks for your question. Yes, I'd recommend watching MIT algorithms first, and going through the Introduction to Algorithms textbook as you watch the lectures. I also recommend Steven Skiena's "The Algorithm Design Manual" instead of Knuth's famous "The Art of Computer Programming". The Algorithm Design Manual comes with pseudocode that helps to understand the algorithms better (and eases the implementation if you decide to try them out). Knuth's books are better used as reference rather than for learning.

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