Pick a Book 2012 – Recommended Readings

Oh yes! One of the most awaited time of the year has come again. Once every year our college opens up a pick-a-book week in our department wherein both the faculty and us, students, could choose books which we would like to request to be purchased for the library. The following are the books which The Turtle and the Hedgehog recommended for the department in no order:

  • Data Management of Protein Interaction Networks (M. Cannataro and P. Guzzi)
  • Graph-based Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval (R. Mihalcea, D. Radev)
  • GPU Computing Gems (W. Hwu)
  • Distributed and Cloud Computing (K. Hwang, J. Dongarra, G. Fox)
  • Mathematical Foundations of Computer Networking (S. Keshav)
  • The Art of Multi-processor Programming (M. Herlihy and N. Shavit)
  • Combinatorics of Permutations (M. Bona)
  • Introduction to Quantum Optics (Y. Shih)

Hopefully our complete reading suggestion will get purchased. Each of these books will contribute to what The Turtle and the Hedgehog are currently doing in each field of interest and will be a big help for other students who will find our interests also interesting. ~_<


J. A. Aborot


About Jeffrey A. Aborot

> Background: BS Computer Science, University of the Philippines Baguio. > Work: Advanced Science and Technology Institute - Department of Science and Technology of the Philippines. > Academics: MS Computer Science (on-going), Algorithms and Complexity Laboratory, Computer Science Department, UP Diliman > Languages: Filipino, Tagalog, Cuyunon, English, Java, Python, C. > Operating Systems: Linux, OSX. > Weird Stuff: Bunch of Pentax film cams.
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