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CS Pages Wanted
This is a particular discussion thread among many which consider Rosetta Code.
This is a particular discussion thread among many which consider Rosetta Code.
Summary
Requesting tasks relating to CS problems.
Discussion
There was a discussion in the IRC channel a while back where Short Circuit noted that a lot of RC traffic comes from corresponding wikipedia articles. He has asked me to come up with a list of algorithms for which we want tasks. We would want a solid explanation and a starting implementation for these tasks. I have collected a bunch of algorithms from this list that probably belong here (any item from that list is probably good to have though):
 Sorting algorithms

 I've used Gnome sort in Huffman codes, to sort the heap! Nonetheless I'm little scared by words like "we would want a solid explanation" and "Anyone with a good (and/or recent) CS background..." to be able to start a new task with Gnome sort (my explanation would have been the one in Wikipedia!) ShinTakezou 23:40, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
 I wouldn't let that stop you; At worst, someone will correct the page, and it will come out better for it. Short Circuit 06:23, 27 April 2009 (UTC)
 I've used Gnome sort in Huffman codes, to sort the heap! Nonetheless I'm little scared by words like "we would want a solid explanation" and "Anyone with a good (and/or recent) CS background..." to be able to start a new task with Gnome sort (my explanation would have been the one in Wikipedia!) ShinTakezou 23:40, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
 Computational geometry
 Closest pair problem: find the pair of points (from a set of points) with the smallest distance between them
 Point in polygon algorithms: tests whether a given point lies within a given polygon
 Computer algebra
 Number theoretic algorithms
 Integer factorization: breaking an integer into its prime factors (I haven't checked into any of these algorithms. Make sure they're appropriate.)
 — see Prime decomposition; which algo is in use there? ShinTakezou 09:39, 26 June 2009 (UTC)
 Congruence of squares
 Dixon's algorithm
 Fermat's factorization method
 General number field sieve
 Lenstra elliptic curve factorization
 Pollard's p − 1 algorithm
 Pollard's rho algorithm
 prime factorization algorithm
 Quadratic sieve
 Special number field sieve
 Numerical algorithms
 Nth roots
 Nth root algorithm
 Shifitng nth root algorithm
 Interpolation (linear and cubic are probably enough)
 Eigen value calculation
 Kinda cool
 XOR swap algorithm
Anyone with a good (and/or recent) CS background is encouraged to jump on these tasks. Link to them as you create them. Try to give an initial implementation to help solidify the task description. Mwn3d 21:09, 16 March 2009 (UTC)