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I am a final year computer science student (Bachelor's). On-campus placements are currently going on. I need good book recommendations on Data Structures & Algorithms books in JAVA.
Years ago i found a book in my college engineering library that explored the links between Biology and Computer science. I remember a chapter that described how neurological path ways can be charted with digital logic equations. the part of the book that stayed with me the most was the forward, It was a story about a man stuck in a prison cell next to another person. The main character learns a language from the cell neighbor. when he leaves the cell he travels to where the language was supposedly native but he found that the language never existed and the man in the cell next to him had taught him a language that didnt exist. It was only a 2 page story at the start of the book.
I tried getting in touch with the library to get a list of previously checked out books but they werent able to help.
Can some one help me locate this book?
I was told "The Art of Computer Programming" by Knuth is pretty good, but "Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software" looks easier. Any other reccs?