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**About the links above:**

- The .ps are PostScript files
automatically generated from the OCaml source code using
ocamlweb.

- The .ml and .mli have been produced with Sébastien
Ailleret's (now Martin Jambon's) caml2html.

- Click on the library / application name to download.
- When a github repository or an opam package exists, a link is given.

- Vector :
Dynamic/growable/resizable arrays
(.mli /
.ml)
- Parray :
Persistent arrays
(.mli /
.ml) ;
see this article
- Puf :
Persistent Union-Find
(.mli /
.ml) ;
see this article
- Creal :
exact real arithmetic
- Bitv :
a bit vectors library
(.pdf |
.mli |
github |
opam)
- Bitset :
bit vectors for small sets of integers
(.mli |
.ml)
- Patricia
trees :
Efficient sets and maps over integers
(.pdf |
ptset.mli |
ptmap.mli),
from a paper by Chris Okasaki

See also the related module Hashcons, Hset and Hmap below (to use Patricia trees on hash-consed values) - Trie :
Maps over lists
(.ps |
.mli |
.ml)
- Heaps :
(aka priority queues)
- traditional imperative implementation using an array (.mli | (.ml)
- Braun trees (.mli | (.ml)
- Leftist heaps (.mli | (.ml)

- Rbset :
red-black trees
(.ps |
.mli)

This code has been certified using Coq; see this page - Hashset :
Sets coded as hash tables (easier to use and slightly more
compact than using the Hashtbl module)
(.ps |
.mli)
- Suffix_tree :
Ukkonen's algorithm
(.mli |
.ml)
- Ropes :
the rope data structure
(.mli |
.ml)
A quick, dirty and incomplete text editor using ropes: editor.ml (requires ocamlsdl, see below)

- Rbuffer :
(.mli |
.ml)
Ropes-based implementation of module
`Buffer`; for general-purpose ropes, see above. - Poly :
Polynomials with coefficients in any ring
(.mli |
.ml)
- Bdd : Binary decision diagrams (BDDs) (.mli | README)

- Combine,
a library for combinatorics
(with Remy El Sibaïe)
(github |
opam)
- Functory,
a library for distributed computing, inspired by MapReduce
(with Kalyan Krishnamani)
(github)
- OCamlgraph, an OCaml graph library
(github |
opam)
- Mlpost, an OCaml drawing library
(github |
opam)
- cgi :
a short library to write CGIs
(.mli)
- ocamlsvga :
interface for the Linux SVGAlib library
- ocamlsdl :
interface for the SDL games library;
includes support functions for OpenGL, to be used for
instance with the lablGL bindings

Note: there exists a similar, more advanced, project at OcamlSDL.sourceforge.net - display :
visualization of the internal representation of Caml values
(.ps |
.mli)
- hashcons :
hash tables for hash consing
(.ps |
.mli |
github).
This technique is described in
this paper.

Hset / Hmap: Specialized`Ptset`and`Ptmap`modules (see above) on hash-consed values (hset.mli | hmap.mli). - prtree :
to print trees in a
`pstree`-like way (.ps | .mli) - search : functorized code for depth-first, breadth-first and iterative deepening searches (.ps | .mli)

- bibtex2html :
BibTeX to HTML converter
- ocamlweb :
a literate programming tool for OCaml
(opam)
- ocamlwc :
a program to count the lines of code and documentation in
OCaml sources
(.ps)
- yamlpp : a very simple HTML preprocessor, inspired by Nicolas Thiery's htmlpp

- Garsia-Wachs algorithm :
implementation following The Art of
Computer Prorgamming ;
detailed description of
this OCaml code in
this article
(.mli /
.ml)
- Delaunay triangulation :
implements D. Knuth's algorithm from Axioms and Hulls. Complexity:
O(N log N) time on the average; always O(N) space.
Applies to any CCC system (see Axioms and Hulls). Note: this
module is part of OCamlgraph but may be used independently.
(.mli)
- DLX: Implementation of D. Knuth's
Dancing
Links algorithm
(.mli /
.ml /
.ps)
See also the library Combine.

- Knuth-Morris-Pratt string
searching algorithm
(.mli /
.ml /
.ps)
- Pentaminos :
Computation of the number of solutions
- Solitaire :
search of the solution (french solitaire)
(.ps),
with the help of Xavier Urbain.
(in French)
- anagram.ml :
Anagrams
(.ps).
To test it, here is
a dictionary
- koda-ruskey.ml :
Implementation of the Koda-Ruskey algorithm
(.ps),
inspired by D. E. Knuth implementation

This code is detailed in this article (co-authored with François Pottier)

- A mine-sweeper written in less than one hour for teaching purposes: demineur.ml / download

- Type-Safe Modular Hash-Consing (with Sylvain Conchon, ML workshop, 2006)
- A Persistent Union-Find Data Structure (with Sylvain Conchon, ML workshop, 2007)
- Designing a Generic Graph Library using ML Functors (with Sylvain Conchon, J. Signoles, Trends in Functional Programming, 2007)
- A Functional Implementation of the Garsia-Wachs Algorithm (ML workshop, 2008)

In French

- Le petit guide du bouturage, ou comment réaliser des arbres mutables en OCaml (2013)
- Faire bonne figure avec Mlpost (with R. Bardou, J. Kanig, S. Lescuyer, JFLA 2009)
- OCaml tutorial in French : Initiation à la programmation fonctionnelle. Slides : DVI (for Active DVI) / PostScript

- Compilation : configure.in :
an
`autoconf`input for OCaml programs, and a suggested Makefile.in - My entry to the ICFP Programming Contest 2001
- My entry to the ICFP Programming Contest 2003
- My entry to the ICFP Programming Contest 2004
- My entry to the ICFP Programming Contest 2006

I like this definition for

Hacker: One who programs enthusiastically (even obsessively) or who enjoys programming rather than just theorizing about programming.

- OCaml home page
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