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practical questions about doing research in theoretical computer science

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Apart from basic stuff, probably: Combinatorics -- You might find youself counting things quite regularly Stochastics -- For average case analyses and randomized algorithms I like Concrete Mathema …
answered Oct 31 '10 by Raphael
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If you want to have definite code (i.e. little to no math, close to real programming) you might want to consider to have code that actually compiles. This has several advantages: You get syntax high …
answered Nov 11 '11 by Raphael