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At the end of 1999, these books were named among the best twelvephysical-science monographs of the century byAmerican Scientist, along with: Dirac on quantum mechanics, Einstein on relativity, Mandelbrot on fractals, Pauling on the chemical bond, Russell and Whitehead on foundations of mathematics, von Neumann and Morgenstern on game theory, Wiener on cybernetics, Woodward and Hoffmann on orbital symmetry, Feynman on quantum electrodynamics, Smith on the search for structure, and Einstein's collected papers.Wow!

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These volumes are now available also in portable electronic form,using PDF format prepared by the experts atMathematical Sciences Publishers.Special care has been taken to make the search featurework well. Thousands of useful 'clickable'cross-references are also provided — from exercises to theiranswers and back, from the index to the text, from the text toimportant tables and figures, etc.

Warning:Unfortunately, however, non-PDF versions have also appeared,against my recommendations, and those versions are frankly quite awful.A great deal of expertise and care is necessary to do the job right.If you have been misled into purchasing one of these inferiorversions (for example, a Kindle edition), the publishers havetold me that they will replace your copy with the PDF editionthat I have personally approved. Do not purchase eTAOCPin Kindle format if you expect the mathematics to make sense.(The ePUB format may be just as bad; I really don't want to know,and I am really sorry that it was released.)Please do not tell me about errors that you find in a non-PDFeBook; such mistakes should be reported directly to the publisher.Some non-PDF versions also masquerade as PDF.You can tell an authorized version because its copyright page(with the exception of Volume 4 Fascicle 5) will say‘Electronic version by Mathematical Sciences Publishers (MSP)’.

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Volume 1

Fundamental Algorithms, Third Edition(Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley, 1997), xx+650pp.ISBN 0-201-89683-4
Volume 1 Fascicle 1, MMIX: A RISC Computer for theNew Millennium (2005), v+134pp. ISBN 0-201-85392-2

Translations of previous editions:
Romanian translation by Adrian Davidoviciu, Adrian Petrescu, Smaranda Dimitriu, and Paul Zamfirescu,Tratat de programarea calculatoarelor, V. 1:Algoritmi fundamentali (Bucharest: Editura tehnica, 1974), 676pp.
Russian translation by Galina P. Babenko and Iu. M. Baiakovskii, edited by K. I. Babenko, and V. S. Shtarkman,Iskusstvo programmirovaniia dlia ÉVM, T. 1:Osnovnye algoritmy (Moscow: Mir, 1976), 735pp.
Japanese translation, under direction of Takakazu Simauti, in two volumes:

  • Chapter 1, by Ken Hirose,Kihon Sampô / Kiso Gainen (Tokyo: Saiensu-Sha, 1978), 22+331pp.;
  • Chapter 2, by Nobuo Yoneda and Katsuhiko Kakehi,Kihon Sampoô / Jôhô Kôzô (Tokyo: Saiensu-Sha, 1978), 8+373pp.

Chinese translation by Guan JiWen and Su Yunlin,Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Ji Qiao, 1. Juan:Ji Ben Suan Fa (Beijing: Defense Industry Publishing Co., 1980), 14+573pp.
Spanish translation by Michel Antscherl Harlange and Joan Lluis i Biset, under direction of Ramón Puigjaner i Trepat,El Arte de Programar Ordenadores, V. 1:Algoritmos Fundamentales (Barcelona: Reverté, 1980), xxiii+672pp.
Hungarian translation, under direction of Miklós Simonovits,A számítógép-programozás művészete, V. 1:Alapvető algoritmusok (Budapest: Műszaki Könyvkiadó, 1987), 654pp.

Translations of the third edition:
Russian translation by S. G. Trigub, Yu. G. Gordienko, and I. V. Krasikov, edited by S. N. Trigub and directed by Yu. V. Kozachenko, Iskusstvo programmirovaniia, T. 1: Osnovnye algoritmy (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2000), 713pp; Victor Shtonda's blog about reprints of the Russian translations
Chinese translation by Su Yunlin, Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Yi Shu, 1. Juan: Ji Ben Suan Fa (Beijing: National Defense Industry Press, 2002), xx+625pp.
Chinese translationby Li Bomin, Fan Ming, and Jiang Aijun, Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Yi Shu, 1. Juan: Ji Ben Suan Fa (Beijing: Posts & Telecom Press, 2016), xv+517pp.
Polish translation by G. Jakacki, Sztuka Programowania, T. 1: Algorytmy Podstawowe (Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, 2002), xxiv+679pp.
Romanian translation by Mihaela Târpa, Arta programării calculatoarelor, V. 1: Algoritmi fundamentali (Bucharest: Editura Teora Bucuresti, 2002), 616pp.
Japanese translation by Takashi Aoki, Kazuhiko Kakehi, Kenichi Suzuki, and Takahiro Nagao, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Corporation, 2004), xxii+632pp.Republished (softcover) by ASCII DWANGO in 2015.
Korean translation by Ryu Gwang,컴퓨터프로그래밍의예술 1:기초알고리즘 (Seoul: Hanbit Media, 2006), 793pp.
German translation by Rüdiger Loos (Heidelberg: Springer Verlag), to appear.
Czech translation by David Krásenský, Umění programování, 1. díl: Základní algoritmy (Brno: Computer Press, 2008), xx+649pp.
[A Czech translation is also scheduled to be published by Albatros Media A.S.]
Greek translation by Manos Roumeliotis and Stavros Souraklas (Athens: Tziolas Publications, 2010), 751pp.
Macedonian translation (Skopje: Prosvetno Delo), in preparation.

Translations of fascicles:
Romanian translation of Volume 1 Fascicle 1, by Ioan Bledea: MMIX: Un calculator RISC pentru noul mileniu (Bucharest: Editura Teora, 2005), ix+149pp.
Japanese translation of Volume 1 Fascicle 1, by Takashi Aoki, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Corporation, 2006), vii+134pp.
Republished (softcover) by ASCII DWANGO in 2015.
Russian translation of Volume 1 Fascicle 1, by Yu. G. Gordienko, edited by S. N. Trigub, MMIX --- RISC-komp'iuter dlia novogo tysiacheletiia (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2007), 151pp.
Polish translation of Volume 1 Fascicle 1, by G. Jakacki: MMIX --- komputer na nowe tysiąclecie (Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, 2008), xii+146pp.
Hungarian translation of Volume 1 Fascicle 1, under the direction of Antal Iványi: MMIX. RISC számítógép a következő évezredre (Budapest: AnTonCom Infokommunikációs Kft., 2009), 168pp.

Volume 2

Seminumerical Algorithms, Third Edition(Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley, 1997), xiv+762pp.
ISBN 0-201-89684-2

Translations of previous editions:
Russian translation by Galina P. Babenko, É. G. Belaga, and L. V. Maiorov, edited by K. I. Babenko, Iskusstvo programmirovaniia dlia ÉVM, T. 2:Poluchislennye algoritmy (Moscow: Mir, 1977), 724pp.
Japanese translation, under direction of Takakazu Simauti, in two volumes:

  • Chapter 3, by Masaaki Sibuya,Jun Suchi Sampô / Ransû (Tokyo: Saiensu-Sha, 1982), ii+259pp.;
  • Chapter 4, by Keisuke Nakagawa,Jun Suchi Sampô / Sanjutsu Enzan (Tokyo: Saiensu-Sha, 1986), xii+536pp.

Romanian translation by Florian Petrescu, Ioan Georgescu, Rolanda Predescu, and Paul Zamfirescu,Tratat de programarea calculatoarelor, V. 2:Algoritmi seminumerici (Bucharest: Editura tehnica, 1983), 722pp.
Chinese translation by Guan JiWen and Su Yunlin,Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Ji Qiao, 2. Juan:Ban Shu Zhi Suan Fa (Beijing: Defense Industry Publishing Co., 1992), 10+622pp.
Hungarian translation, under direction of Miklós Simonovits,A számítógép-programozás művészete, V. 2:Szeminumerikus algoritmusok (Budapest: Műszaki Könyvkiadó, 1987), 690pp.

Translations of the third edition:
Russian translation by L. F. Kozachenko, V. T. Tertyshnyi, and I. V. Krasikov, edited by S. N. Trigub and directed by Yu. V. Kozachenko, Iskusstvo programmirovaniia, T. 2: Poluchislennye algoritmy (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2000), 830pp.
German translation of Chapter 4 by Rüdiger Loos Arithmetik (Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 2001), xiii+538pp.
Chinese translation by Su Yunlin, Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Yi Shu, 2. Juan: Ban Shu Zhi Suan Fa (Beijing: National Defense Industry Press, 2002), xii+760pp.
Romanian translation by Mihaela Târpa, Cora Radulian, and Mihai Iosif, Arta programării calculatoarelor, V. 2: Algoritmi seminumerici (Bucharest: Editura Teora Bucuresti, 2002), 663pp.
Polish translation by Adam Malinowski, Sztuka Programowania, T. 2: Algorytmy Seminumeryczne (Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, 2002), xviii+820pp.
Japanese translation by Hiroaki Saito, Takahiro Nagao, Shogo Matsui, Takao Matsui, and Hitoshi Yamauchi, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo: ASCII Corporation, 2004), xvi+725pp.Republished (softcover) by ASCII DWANGO in 2015.
Korean translation by Ryu Gwang,컴퓨터프로그래밍의예술 2:준수치적알고리즘 (Seoul: Hanbit Media, 2007), 933pp.
Greek translation by Manos Roumeliotis and Stavros Souraklas (Athens: Tziolas Publications, 2010), 911pp.
Macedonian translation (Skopje: Prosvetno Delo), in preparation.
Czech translation by David Krásenský, Umění programování, 2. díl: Seminumerické algoritmy (Brno: Computer Press, 2010), xii+763pp.
[A Czech translation is also scheduled to be published by Albatros Media A.S.]

Volume 3

Sorting and Searching, Second Edition (Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley, 1998), xiv+780pp.+foldout.
ISBN 0-201-89685-0

Translations of the first edition:
Romanian translation by Rodica Boconcios, A. Davidoviciu, P. Dimo, Fl. Moraru, A. Petrescu, I. Sipos, and Smaranda Dimitriu,Tratat de programarea calculatoarelor, V. 3: Sortare şi căutare (Bucharest: Editura tehnica, 1976), xii+736pp.
Russian translation by Nadezhda I. V'iukova, V. A. Galatenko, and A. B. Khodulev, edited by Iu. M. Baiakovskii and V. S. Shtarkman,Iskusstvo programmirovaniia dlia ÉVM, T. 3:Sortirovka i poisk (Moscow: Mir, 1978), 844pp.
Chinese translation by Guan JiWen and Su Yunlin,Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Ji Qiao, 3. Juan:Pai Xu He Cha Zhao (Beijing: Defense Industry Publishing Co., 1985), viii+645pp.
Spanish translation by Jaime de Argila y de Chopitea and Ramón Puigjaner Trepat, under direction of Ramón Puigjaner Trepat,El Arte de Programar Ordenadores, V. 3:Clasificación y Búsqueda (Barcelona: Reverté, 1980), xxiii+672pp.
Hungarian translation, under direction of Miklós Simonovits,A számítógép-programozás művészete, V. 3:Keresés és rendezés (Budapest: Műszaki Könyvkiadó, 1988), 761pp.

Translations of the second edition:
Russian translation by V. T. Tertyshnyi and I. V. Krasikov, edited by S. N. Trigub and directed by Yu. V. Kozachenko, Iskusstvo programmirovaniia, T. 3: Sortirovka i poisk (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2000), 823pp.
Chinese translationby Su Yunlin, Ji Suan Ji Cheng Xu She Ji Yi Shu, 3. Juan: Pai Xu Yu Cha Zhao (Beijing: National Defense Industry Press, 2002), x+779pp.
Polish translation by K. Diks and A. Malinowski, Sztuka Programowania, T. 3: Sortowanie i Wyszukiwanie (Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, 2002), xviii+838pp.
Romanian translation by Mihaela Târpa, Arta programării calculatoarelor, V. 3: Sortare şi căutare (Bucharest: Editura Teora Bucuresti, 2002), 680pp.
Japanese translation by Yuichiro Ishii, Hiroshi Ichiji, Hiroshi Koide, Eiko Takaoka, Kumiko Tanaka, and Takahiro Nagao, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Corporation, 2006), xvi+741pp.
Republished (softcover) by ASCII DWANGO in 2015.
Korean translation by Ryu Gwang,컴퓨터프로그래밍의예술 3:정렬과검색 (Seoul: Hanbit Media, 2007), 941pp.
Greek translation by Manos Roumeliotis and Stavros Souraklas (Athens: Tziolas Publications, 2010), 926pp.
Macedonian translation (Skopje: Prosvetno Delo), in preparation.
[A Czech translation is scheduled to be published by Albatros Media A.S.]

Volume 4A

Combinatorial Algorithms, Part 1(Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Addison-Wesley, 2011), xvi+883pp.
ISBN 0-201-03804-8

(Preliminary drafts were previously published as paperback fascicles;see below.)

Russian translation (Moscow: Dialektika, 2019), 955pp.
Chinese translation (Hong Kong: Pearson Education Asia), in preparation.
Japanese translation by Kazuhiko Kakehi and Hiroshi Koide, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo: ASCII DWANGO, 2017), xvi+866pp.
Korean translation by Ryu Gwang,컴퓨터프로그래밍의예술 4A: 조합적알고리즘1부 (Seoul: Hanbit Media, 2013), 1184pp.

The Remainder of Volume 4

Present plans are for Volume 4A to be the first in a series of severalsubvolumes 4A, 4B, 4C, .. entitled Combinatorial Algorithms,Part 1, 2, 3, ... The remaining subvolumes, currently in preparation,will have the following general outline:

  • 7.2.2. Backtrack programming
  • 7.2.2.1. Dancing links
  • 7.2.2.2. Satisfiability
  • 7.2.2.3. Constraint satisfaction
  • 7.2.2.4. Hamiltonian paths and cycles
  • 7.2.2.5. Cliques
  • 7.2.2.6. Covers
  • 7.2.2.7. Squares
  • 7.2.2.8. A potpourri of puzzles
  • 7.2.2.9. Estimating backtrack costs
  • 7.2.3. Generating inequivalent patterns
  • 7.3. Shortest paths
  • 7.4. Graph algorithms
  • 7.4.1. Components and traversal
  • 7.4.2. Special classes of graphs
  • 7.4.3. Expander graphs
  • 7.4.4. Random graphs
  • 7.5. Graphs and optimization
  • 7.5.1. Bipartite matching
  • 7.5.2. The assignment problem
  • 7.5.3. Network flows
  • 7.5.4. Optimum subtrees
  • 7.5.5. Optimum matching
  • 7.5.6. Optimum orderings
  • 7.6. Independence theory
  • 7.6.1. Independence structures
  • 7.6.2. Efficient matroid algorithms
  • 7.7. Discrete dynamic programming
  • 7.8. Branch-and-bound techniques
  • 7.9. Herculean tasks (aka NP-hard problems)
  • 7.10. Near-optimization
  • 8. Recursion

Paperback Fascicles

New material for Volume 4will first appear in beta-test form as fascicles of approximately128 pages each, issued approximately twice per year.These fascicles will represent my best attempt to write a comprehensiveaccount; but computer science has grown to the point where I cannot hopeto be an authority on all the material covered in these books. ThereforeI'll need feedback from readers in order to prepare the official volumes later.

For example, the following fascicles appeared before the hardcover edition ofVolume 4A was complete.

Volume 4 Fascicle 0, Introduction to Combinatorial Algorithmsand Boolean Functions (2008), xii+216pp. ISBN 0-321-53496-4
Volume 4 Fascicle 1, Bitwise Tricks & Techniques; BinaryDecision Diagrams (2009), xiii+261pp. ISBN 0-321-58050-8
Volume 4 Fascicle 2, Generating All Tuples and Permutations(2005), v+128pp. ISBN 0-201-85393-0
Volume 4 Fascicle 3, Generating All Combinations and Partitions(2005), vi+150pp. ISBN 0-201-85394-9
Volume 4 Fascicle 4, Generating All Trees; History ofCombinatorial Generation (2006), vi+120pp. ISBN 0-321-33570-8

Translations of those fascicles:
Japanese translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 0 by Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Media Works, 2009), xii+206pp.
Chinese translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 0, under the direction of Lin Peng Huang (Beijing: Chinese Machine Press, 2010), xii+432pp.
Hungarian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 0, under the direction of Antal Iványi: Bevezetés a kombinatorikai algoritmusokhoz és a Boole-függvényekhez (Budapest: AnTonCom Infokommunikációs Kft., 2009), in preparation.
Macedonian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 0 (Skopje: Prosvetno Delo), in preparation.
Hungarian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 1, under the direction of Antal Iványi: Bitenkénti trükkök és módszerek; Bináris döntési diagramok (Budapest: AnTonCom Infokommunikációs Kft., 2009), in preparation.
Japanese translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 1 by Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Media Works, 2011), x+256pp.
Romanian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 2, by Cora Radulian: Generarea tuturor tuplurilor și permutărilor (Bucharest: Editura Teora, 2005), vii+144pp.
Japanese translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 2 by Hiroshi Koide, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Corporation, 2006), viii+129pp.
Russian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 2, by Yu. G. Gordienko: Generatsiia vsekh kortezheĭ i perestanovok (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2007), 146pp.
Polish translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 2, by Adam Malinowski: Generowanie wszystkich krotek i permutacji (Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, 2007), xiv+137pp.
Hungarian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 2, under the direction of Antal Iványi: Permutációk és n-esek előállítása (Budapest: AnTonCom Infokommunikációs Kft., 2008), 160pp.
Russian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 3, by I. V. Krasikov: Generatsiia vsekh sochetaniĭ i razbieniĭ (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2007), 200pp.
Japanese translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 3 by Kazuhiko Kakehi, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Corporation, 2008), viii+154pp.
Hungarian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 3, under the direction of Antal Iványi: Kombinációk és partíciók előállítása (Budapest: AnTonCom Infokommunikációs Kft., 2008), 176pp.
Russian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 4, by I. V. Krasikov: Generatsiia vsekh derev'ev. Istoriia kombinatornĭ generatsiĭ (Moscow: Vil'iams, 2007), 156pp.
Hungarian translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 4, under the direction of Antal Iványi: Fák előállítása; Kombinatorikus előállítások története (Budapest: AnTonCom Infokommunikációs Kft., 2008), 160pp.
Japanese translation of Volume 4 Fascicle 4 by Kazuhiko Kakehi and Hiroshi Koide, supervised by Makoto Arisawa and Eiiti Wada (Tokyo:ASCII Corporation, 2010), viii+118pp.

Two fascicles for Volume 4B, representing the first two-thirds of that volume,are now in print:

Volume 4 Fascicle 5, Mathematical Preliminaries Redux; Introduction to Backtracking; Dancing Links (2019), xiii+383pp. ISBN 978-0-13-467179-6
Volume 4 Fascicle 6, Satisfiability (2015), xiii+310pp. ISBN 978-0-13-439760-3

Some 'pre-fascicles' are also available for alpha-testing:Pre-Fascicle 8a (Hamiltonian Paths and Cycles);Pre-Fascicle 9b (A Potpourri of Puzzles).I've put them online primarily so that experts in the field can check thecontents before I inflict them on a wider audience. But if you want tohelp debug them, please go right ahead.

Volume 5

Syntactic Algorithms,in preparation.

  • 9. Lexical scanning (includes also string search and data compression)
  • 10. Parsing techniques

Estimated to be ready in 2025.

Future plans

As I continue to write Volumes 4 and 5, I'll need to refer to topics thatbelong logically in Volumes 1--3 but weren't invented yet when I wrote thosebooks. Instead of putting such material artificially into Volumes 4 or 5,I'll put it into fascicle form. The first such fascicle is in factready now (see above): It describesMMIX,a RISC machine that is used in Volume 4A; MMIX will alsotake the place of MIX in all subsequent editionsof Volumes 1, 2, and 3.

Download the 16 Feb 2004 version of Volume 1 Fascicle 1 (583KB of compressed PostScript) (this old version is however no longer being maintained; see the errata below)

After Volume 5 has been completed, I will revise Volumes 1--3 again tobring them up to date. In particular, the new material for those volumesthat has been issued in beta-test fascicles will be incorporated at that time.

Then I will publish a ``reader's digest' editionof Volumes 1--5, condensing the most important material into a single book.

And after Volumes 1--5 are done, God willing, I plan to publishVolume 6 (the theory of context-free languages) and Volume 7 (Compilertechniques), but only if the things I want to say about those topicsare still relevantand still haven't been said. Volumes 1--5 represent the central coreof computer programming for sequential machines; the subjects of Volumes6 and 7 are important but more specialized.

Three Days In Moscow PDF Free Download

Volumes 1--4A are available from the publisher,Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.

3 Days In Moscow

MIXware

The MIX computer will soon be replaced by a RISC machine calledMMIX. Meanwhile if you wantto try out the existing programs for the original 60s-era machine,you might be able to find suitable software at the following sites:

(Please let me know of any other sites that I should add to this list.)

The MMIX Supplement

Martin Ruckert has written an excellent 200-page companion to Volumes 1, 2,and 3, intelligentlytranslating all of the MIX programs into MMIX form.This booklet is jam-packed with instructive details and opportunities forself-instruction.

Errata et Addenda for Volume 1

The main changes between the second and third editions of Volume 1are listed in theErrata for Volume 1 (2nd ed.)(335K bytes of compressed PostScript, 80pp)---an archival filethat is not being kept up to date. But thousands ofadditional refinements appear in the 3rd edition; you really shouldask someone to get it for you next Christmas.

The main changes to the third edition of Volume 1, made beforethe appearance of Volume 4A, are listed in theEarly errata for Volume 1 (3rd ed.)(258K bytes of compressed PostScript, 50pp), dated 08 January 2011.

  • Index to Algorithms and Theorems in Volume 1 (new in 2011)(14K bytes of compressed PostScript, 2pp)

There's also a (much shorter, last updated 06 May 2021) list of changes since the 27th printing was released in 2011, almost all of which have been made in more recent printings:

  • Errata for Volume 1 (after 2010)(127K bytes of compressed PostScript, 15pp)
  • Errata for Volume 1 (after 2010), long form(132K bytes of compressed PostScript, 17pp)
  • Errata for Volume 1 (after 2010), TeX form(55K bytes of raw TeX text)

Note: You can't run that TeX file through TeX; it imports all kinds ofother files that are private. But if you have no way to look at compressedPostScript files, you might try reading the TeX code as a last resort;at least you'll be able to figure out the page numbers on whichcorrections have been made.

And there's also a list of changes to Volume 1 Fascicle 1,last updated 06 May 2021:

  • Errata for Volume 1 Fascicle 1(84K bytes of compressed PostScript, 11pp)
  • Errata for Volume 1 Fascicle 1, long form(89K bytes of compressed PostScript, 12pp)
  • Errata for Volume 1 Fascicle 1, TeX form(37K bytes of raw TeX text)

Note: An unknown number of badly printed copies of Volume 1 Fascicle 1were printed by mistake. Among other defects, the copyright pagehas incredibly poor resolution, and the MMIX summary charthas been omitted from the inside back cover. If you have purchased one ofthese monstrosities, the publishers assure me that they will replaceyour copy with a good one.

Errata et Addenda for Volume 2

The main changes between the second and third editions of Volume 2are listed in theErrata for Volume 2 (2nd ed.)(555K bytes of compressed PostScript, 142pp)---an archival file that isnot being kept up to date. But thousands ofadditional refinements appear in the 3rd edition; you really shouldask someone to get it for you next Christmas.

The main changes to the third edition of Volume 2, made beforethe appearance of Volume 4A, are listed in theEarly errata for Volume 2 (3rd ed.)(232K bytes of compressed PostScript, 50pp), dated 08 January 2011.

  • Index to Algorithms and Theorems in Volume 2 (new in 2011)(14K bytes of compressed PostScript, 2pp)

There's also a (much shorter, last updated 06 May 2021) list of changes since the 26th printing was released in 2011, almost all of which have been made in more recent printings:

  • Errata for Volume 2 (after 2010)(126K bytes of compressed PostScript, 17pp)
  • Errata for Volume 2 (after 2010), long form(131K bytes of compressed PostScript, 18pp)
  • Errata for Volume 2 (after 2010), TeX form(66K bytes of raw TeX text)

Note: You can't run that TeX file through TeX; it imports all kinds ofother files that are private. But if you have no way to look at compressedPostScript files, you might try reading the TeX code as a last resort;at least you'll be able to figure out the page numbers on whichcorrections have been made.

Errata et Addenda for Volume 3

The main changes between the first and second editions of Volume 3are listed in theErrata for Volume 3 (1st ed.)(430K bytes of compressed PostScript, 109pp)---an archival file that isnot being kept up to date. But thousands ofadditional refinements appear in the 2nd edition; you really shouldask someone to get it for you next Christmas.

The main changes to the second edition of Volume 3, made beforethe appearance of Volume 4A, are listed in theEarly errata for Volume 3 (2nd ed.)(257K bytes of compressed PostScript, 43pp), dated 08 January 2011.

  • Index to Algorithms and Theorems in Volume 3 (new in 2011)(14K bytes of compressed PostScript, 2pp)

There's also a (much shorter, last updated 06 May 2021) list of changes since the 27th printing was released in 2011, almost all of which have been made in more recent printings:

  • Errata for Volume 3 (after 2010)(107K bytes of compressed PostScript, 12pp)
  • Errata for Volume 3 (after 2010), long form(112K bytes of compressed PostScript, 14pp)
  • Errata for Volume 3 (after 2010), TeX form(45K bytes of raw TeX text)

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