Hello, I am enthused to buy the book, but didn’t notice a further reading section in the book contents. Umm, just wondering if the author could suggest a list of further reading / bibliography ?
The book does contain a section at the beginning (in the introduction) listing some additional online resources, but I’ll be honest: it’s a bit sparse. There really are no other books that I’m aware of which discuss maze generation algorithms (but if anyone knows of any, please do share).
For websites, Walter Pullen’s excellent Think Labyrinth site is a must read, with information about the algorithms and the psychology of mazes. (He’s a bit light on implementation details, though, so while you can learn the algorithms from his pages, it requires a bit of trial and error).
Also, I wrote a series of articles about each of the maze algorithms several years ago, summarized here. These include walk-throughs of the algorithms and sample implementations, but I’ll be honest: I’ve learned a lot since writing those posts, and the book presents them much better. :)
If anyone else has any maze-related resources to share, please do!
I wrote an article about mazes a few years ago: “Robots, mazes, and subsumption architecture”.