 About 2,370 results  books.google.com 
 books.google.com The bible of all fundamental algorithms and the work that taught many of today's software developers most of what they know about computer programming. –Byte, September 1995 I can't begin to tell you how many pleasurable hours of study ... 

 books.google.com The Complete Series Collector's Edition, Final Chapter, and DVD Johnny Long,
Ryan Russell, Timothy Mullen ... Gayle stood four steps inside the room with her
back to him, and Knuth was between her and Bobby, approaching Gayle fast. 

 books.google.com This book will help those wishing to teach a course in technical writing, or who wish to write themselves. 

 books.google.com This anthology of essays from the inventor of literate programming is a survey of Donald Knuth's papers on computer science. 

 books.google.com 'Knuth dates' from Northern Greenland. ... 11.1 Chronology Relative Chronology
During his initial years of research in Peary Land Knuth had neither relative nor ...
Screening the Radiocarbon Dates Knuth's series of 71 radiocarbon dates (fig. 

 books.google.com The T£X bible is of course The TfiXbook, by Donald E. Knuth [Knuth ( 1986a)] ,
the author of both T£X and METRFONT. Everything to be known about the TEX
language appears in this volume, which is also volume A of Knuth's series ... 

 books.google.com Sixth, new algebraic languages go in and out of fashion, but Knuth wanted to
emphasize concepts that are timeless. ... 682The emulator, trace, and monitor
routines discussed in Chapter 1 of the first volume in Knuth's book series (Knuth,
... 

 books.google.com Chapter 2 TOPIC I: SORTING The most comprehensive work on sorting is the
third volume of Knuth's series, The Art of Computer Programming. This book has
an extensive bibliography and discusses the historical development of the
subject. 

 books.google.com Knuth, a nice guy whose firstever publication was "The Potrszebie System of
Weights and Measures" ("onemillionth of a ... The first volume of Knuth's series (
dedicated to the IBM 650 computer, "in remembrance of many pleasant evenings
") ... 

 