searching-algorithms

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Top 6 searching-algorithm Open-Source Projects

  • GitHub repo flexsearch

    Next-Generation full text search library for Browser and Node.js

    Project mention: DynamoDB full text search | reddit.com/r/aws | 2021-09-21

    Another option that was often suggested to me was building the search index with a library such as https://github.com/nextapps-de/flexsearch and distribute the index than to the client and handle it one the client. But yeah sounds like a lot of overhead and I haven't tried it.

  • GitHub repo C# Algorithms

    :books: :chart_with_upwards_trend: Plug-and-play class-library project of standard Data Structures and Algorithms in C#

    Project mention: C# Algorithms | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-22
  • Syncfusion

    Build stunning web applications quickly using Syncfusion JavaScript UI controls.. The Syncfusion JavaScript suite offers more than 65 cross-platform, responsive, and lightweight JS/HTML5 UI controls for building modern web applications.

  • GitHub repo pymaze

    A maze generator, solver and visualizer for Python

    Project mention: Creating a 'dungeon' in Python out of images. Is this possible in Python? | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2021-06-30

    The closest thing I found outside of Pygame is this repo: https://github.com/jostbr/pymaze Unfortunately, this is not remotely a mature tool/library, but I guess you could use that as a basis (at least it's somewhat OOP in a not too horrible way).

  • GitHub repo byteseek

    A Java library for byte pattern matching and searching

    Project mention: Knuth-Morris-Pratt string-searching algorithm: DFA-less version | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-01-22

    That was a fun read, I liked the use of cmbc to validate the algorithm.

    For those who are interested, there's a good tool to specifically test string matching algorithms here:

    https://github.com/smart-tool/smart

    There are so many string matching algorithms now, with different best and worst cases. Some work better on low alphabets (eg DNA), so are better for text or high entropy data, some take advantage of CPU instructions, some are generic. The real challenge is picking the right algorithm.

    I've implemented a few of them in java here, and extended them to support multi byte matching at any position:

    https://github.com/nishihatapalmer/byteseek

  • GitHub repo al-Go-rithms

    algorithms implemented in golang

    Project mention: Looking for contributors for my repository | reddit.com/r/golang | 2021-04-19

    You have a lot of scripts in a single directory that all have a main(). These can't actually be run can they? Some folders are okay... for example https://github.com/addy1997/al-Go-rithms/tree/main/basic/catalan has it's own directory and test script which is good. But the conversions/ directory has a ton of main() that I would prevent compiling (I think).

  • GitHub repo depq

    Double-ended priority queues

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2021-09-21.

Index

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Project Stars
1 flexsearch 7,928
2 C# Algorithms 4,538
3 pymaze 217
4 byteseek 31
5 al-Go-rithms 11
6 depq 6
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