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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Atif Aziz tagged data-structures

“With the spreading popularity of languages like F# and Haskell, many people are encountering the concept of an algebraic data type for the first time. When that term is produced without explanation, it almost invariably becomes a source of confusion. In what sense are data types algebraic? Is there a one-to-one correspondence between the structures of high-school algebra and the data types of Haskell? Could I create a polynomial data type? Do I have to remember the quadratic formula? Are the term-transformations of (say) differential calculus meaningful in the context of algebraic data types? Isn’t this all just a bunch of general abstract nonsense? We’ll investigate these questions, and perhaps demystify this important concept of functional languages.” Also broaches the idea behind the Zipper data structure.

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Mark C. Chu-Carroll provides a good description of the popular but complex algorithm, with an example implementation in Python.

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Lock-free data structures are usually implemented around some retry logic as well as a strong synchronization primitive. The most widely-used such primitive is known as Compare-And-Swap (CAS). Here is a lock-free stack using a linked list as the underlyin

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