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C# implementation of Frank Liang's hyphenation algorithm (also known as Knuth-Liang algorithm)
Genetic algorithm written with respect to KISS principle.
A .NET Library that does Linear Feedback Shift Registers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear-feedback_shift_register
A simple to use Genetic Algorithm Framework for .Net. See the project page for details on how to use this package.
Algorithm and data-structure library for .NET 4.5.2+ / Netstandard 2.0+. Algorithmia contains sophisticated algorithms and data-structures like graphs, priority queues, command, undo-redo and more.
Algorithmia is one of the pillars of LLBLGen Pro and is used in production successfully since May...
Lightweight .NET Standard 2.0 library implementing Google Polyline Algorithm.
A sentiment analysis algorithm in C#.
Spatial Index data structure; used to make it easier to find data points on a two dimensional plane.
HDBSCAN is a clustering algorithm developed by Campello, Moulavi, and Sander. It extends DBSCAN by converting it into a hierarchical clustering algorithm, and then using a technique to extract a flat clustering based in the stability of clusters.
This is a maze generator created by Devedse. It can be used to create incredibly big mazes.
Implementation Hungarian Algorithm. The Travelling-salesman-problem.
A library that contains nice-to-have functionality that is missing in the .NET Framework.
TypeScript implementation of an AVL tree, a self-balancing binary search tree, with enumerable/iterable collections like set and map.
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Top-quality toolkit of algorithms and data structures for .NET developers.
This is a general scheduling framework able to create schedules using arbitrary constraints written in C#.
A request limiter based on the Leaky Bucket algorithm
Utilities for the finance industry.
This is the official NuGet package of Astronomical Algorithms # (AASharp or AA#)
AASharp is a C# port of PJ Naughter's static C++ library, AA+. Naughter's library implements the algorithms in Jean Meuss' book, "Astronomical Algorithms."