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From the Publisher"… a very basic, reader friendly introduction to computational complexity theory. What sets their book apart from others on the topic is its leisurely pace. … Because the book is so readable, it is likely that its primary audience will include students who experienced difficulties with other books on the topic. However, those students would probably benefit from more exercises than this volume provides, especially full solutions, at least for some exercises. … Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates.
—M Bona, University of Florida in CHOICE Magazing, June 2013