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Mir Algorithm

Generic Algorithm Collection.

The following table is a quick reference guide for which Mir Algorithm modules to use for a given category of functionality.

Modules Description
    NDarrays and Algorithms
mir.ndslice Package for ndarrays and iteration algorithms.
mir.range Additoinal primitive ranges. See also mir.ndslice, which contains a lot of range constructos.
mir.algorithm.setops Mir & BetterC rework of Phobos.
mir.algorithm.iteration Mir & BetterC rework of Phobos.
mir.numeric Basic numeric optimisations
mir.math.numeric Simple numeric algorithms
mir.math.sum Various precise summation algorithms
mir.math.constant Math constants
mir.rcarray Thread safe reference count array and the iterator to adopt it to ndslice.
mir.series Generic series suitable for time-series or semi-immutable ordered maps with CPU cache friendly binary search.
mir.container.binaryheap Mir & BetterC rework of Phobos.
mir.graph Basic routines to work with graphs
mir.graph.tarjan Tarjan's strongly connected components algorithm
mir.interpolate Interpolation algorithms
mir.combinatorics Combinations, combinations with repeats, cartesian power, permutations.
    Interconnection with other languages
mir.ndslice.connect.cpython Utilities for Python Buffer Protocol
mir.array.allocation std.array reworked for Mir
mir.range Ranges
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