Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc] Proposal for Generic Trie, Radix Tree, and Suffix Array Data Structures
From: Roman Klyujkov (uxnuxn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-01 16:30:56
Chris Wagner-11 wrote:
> I am interested in writing a library consisting of generic implementations
> several common data structures and algorithms primarily useful in
> text-processing. I believe these would be useful additions to Boost and
> like to work on them for GSoC. Before I submit my proposal, I would like
> hear whether or not the community agrees that this is a good idea, and I
> appreciate any suggestions or comments offered.
> My plan is to implement a trie / prefix tree data structure, STL
> classes implemented over the trie, a radix tree, a suffix tree implemented
> over the radix tree, and a suffix array. These would be instantiable over
> arbitrary sequence types, and use iterator traits to determine the
Look at http://code.google.com/p/patl/ PATL . I think that is very similar
to what you want to do.
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