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April 08, 2004

A tiered vector implementation - Ringlet.Collections

I just announced the Ringlet.Collections .NET class library over at my FMI/University-related blog (in Bulgarian). In short, a presentation by Krasi Dobrev at the Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms course kinda grabbed my attention, and seeing as there were no real tiered vector implementations that I could find, I decided to write my own (not that hard, as it turns out). However, I might have to finish it a bit later, after catching some Z's...

As mentioned in my FMI blog entry, there's a good chance that this .NET library will be followed up by C and C++ implementations, but this is definitely not going to start at 6am.

Update: the new version 1.0pre2 of the library contains a complete implementation of a tiered vector.

Posted by roam at April 8, 2004 05:53 AM

Vortices of Extelligence: A complete tiered vector implementation in Ringlet.Collections
The new 1.0pre2 version of the Ringlet.Collections library (which I already mentioned yesterday) now contains a complete implementation of a tiered vector. The Ringlet.Collections.TieredVector class now has a Shrink() method, which no longer throws a N...
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April 9, 2004 04:58 PM