The F# Journal just published an article about graph algorithms:
"Prim's algorithm for computing the minimum spanning tree associates a predecessor and distance with each vertex and uses a searchable priority queue to add the lightest-weight vertices to the tree until the minimum spanning tree has been found. This article examines both pure and impure implementations of Prim's algorithm..."
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