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From: Julien Signoles <julien.signoles@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] performance of ocamlgraph and ocaml batteries
Hello,

2010/12/13 Eray Ozkural <examachine@gmail.com>

> Oww, is the imperative implementation using hash tables or maps then?
>

Imperative implementations use hash tables (except the ones called Matrix
which use arrays of bitvectors) while persistent implementations use maps.


> Shouldn't be too hard to plug your own in ocamlgraph if needed.
>

OcamlGraph is designed for such an use : each algorithm provided by the
library is a functor parameterized by the required graph operations
(iterators over vertices and edges, ...). Thus you can provide your own in
an easy way.

Hope this helps,
Julien Signoles