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The Stony Brook Algorithm Repository
Friday, May 28, 2004

I was looking for some graph algorithms today for work in sub-graph matching and graph isomorphism. I had already heard of Donald Knuth's Stanford Graph Base and stumbled from onto the Stony Brook Algorithm Repository -- what a wonderful treasure trove (can you still say treasure trove or is that too cliche). Great gooey gobs of gorgeous algorithms for all kinds of wonderful things. The only trouble is that almost none of them are in Lisp. Somebody should do something about that.


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