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Evolution Meets Computation

Dr. Dobb's Journal
May 24, 2010

New book on Natural Computing

Tough Apps: Combinatorial Testing

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
June 25, 2010

Complex problems sometimes require clever testing - Design

Puzzling Adventures

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
April 01, 1989

Tough Apps: How Much Hardware Should I Buy?

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
November 29, 2010

A (nearly) back-of-the-envelope approach - Design

Programmer's Bookshelf

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
March 01, 1999

Jonathan catches up on Dennis Shasha and Cathy Lazere's Out of Their Minds, and Peter G. Neumann's Computer-Related Risks.

Tough Apps: Travelling Games

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
September 23, 2010

An empty hotel room represents a lost opportunity. Can you fill the void? - Design

Approximate String Matches and Dynamic Problems

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
February 18, 2011

Re-examining two classic algorithms as puzzles - Tools

Tough Apps: Pretty Good at Half the Speed

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
January 10, 2011

The traveling salesman project gets the glory, but the mother of practical scheduling algorithms is the shop scheduling problem - Design

Reexamining B-Trees

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
January 01, 1992

Ted and Dennis review B-tree concepts, then summarize their investigation into a simpler, more efficient approach to managing B-trees.

Designing for Reliability

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
April 24, 2011

Whether you are designing a data center or a manned space tourism vehicle, you will probably design in redundancy to ensure reliability - Tools

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