Welcome to the Algorithmist
The Algorithmist is a resource dedicated to anything algorithms - from the practical realm, to the theoretical realm. There are also links and explanation to problemsets. It includes algorithms for sorting, dynamic programming, 3D computational geometry, graph theory, and dealing with various data structures.
Points of Interest
Welcome to the Algorithmist, a wiki for anything algorithms - from the practical realm, to the theoretical realm. While you're here, be sure to check out:
- Main Page
- Table of contents of algorithms
- Want an algorithm/section written up? Leave a note on the Algorithmist Request.
- List of Problemsets links to various places that pose programming challenges -- UVa, TopCoder, etc. -- and links to our discussion of a few of them that require interesting algorithms.
- please edit this section with this wiki's special places
WikiNodes of our neighbors
- the Folding@Home Wiki occasionally discusses algorithms related to perhaps the most important computational problem of this decade.
- LiteratePrograms wiki where every article is simultaneously a document and a code sample that you can view, download, compile, and run.
- Rosetta Code wiki -- presents solutions to the same task in as many different languages as possible, to demonstrate how languages are similar and different, and to aid a person with a grounding in one language in learning another.
- CFD-Wiki -- includes a section on algorithms and source code relevant to Computational Fluid Dynamics.
- Computer Graphics Wiki
- The CodePedia has useful snippets of code in a huge variety of languages.
- FreeGameDevWiki discusses all areas of Open Source game development, including computer graphics algorithms and artificial intelligence algorithms and implementations
- Toplap promotes writing of software while it is being executed ("livecoding"), allowing programmers to improvise music and visuals live before an audience
- ViSLAB discusses advanced data visualisation, computer vision, and artificial intelligence
- WikiDesktop is a guide to getting programs packaged up and ready for the end user to install on his desktop computer -- many little nit-picky details that the Algorithmist tends to ignore.
- please edit this section to add closely-related wiki neighbors
The Algorithmist is also listed in the WikiIndex, a related project that further groups wikis by language, wiki-engine, edit mode and topical tags.
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