algo4j - :horse_racing: An algorithm library using java native interface

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This is an algorithm library for Java, whose core is written in C++, linked with JNI. It is test-driven(also benchmarks), well-documented, with code generation for some special cases.

https://github.com/ice1000/algo4j

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