Knuth

Knuth

/knooth/ 1. Donald Knuth.

2. ["The Art of Computer Programming", Donald E. Knuth] Mythically, the reference that answers all questions about data structures or algorithms. A safe answer when you do not know: "I think you can find that in Knuth."

Contrast literature. See also bible.
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written by Wendy Knuth and illustrated by Brian Allen receives Medalist Honors in the "Children's" category of the 2015 New Apple Summer eBook Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing.
Christopher Knuth, Director of Public Health in Leominster, explained that the program will offer access to a deep health network with flat fees for specific services and a $300 yearly rate.
Nevertheless, scientists and mathematicians have always had requirements to publish this material professionally and intelligibly, and Price explains some of the adaptations that were first invoked in the world of metal type and then eventually in the digital sphere with the innovations of people such as Donald Ervin Knuth.
Badger editors: At Gannett's Green Bay Press-Gazette in Wisconsin, Mike Knuth has been named executive editor; previously, he was general manager and executive editor at the Sheboygan Press, job he'd held for three and 13 years, respectively.
With deep historic roots in classical analysis, the basis of the field lies in the work of Knuth, who put the study of algorithms on a firm scientific basis starting in the late 1960s with his classic series of books.
Professor Knuth supplied these three unusual puzzles that he had handed out to participants at the International Puzzle Party (IPP) held at San Francisco in August 2009.
Knuth Machine Tools' BO 110 is a heavy-duty horizontal boring mill with a three-axis Digital Read-Out.
Knuth is a jeweler, gemologist, and fine-arts teacher in Colorado.
Assistant Professor, Education Program, University of Washington, Tacoma; and Knuth, Ph.
Hites RA, Foran JA, Schwager S J, Knuth BA, Hamilton MC, Carpenter DO.
Published on 8 August 2003, this book also commemorates the day on which Count Eigil Knuth (1903-96) would have celebrated his 100th birthday.
Our new Canadian subsidiary is a key element of our overall strategy to increase Casio PhoneMate's market presence," said Stephen Knuth, president.