An implementation of the union-find data structure
This is an implementation of the union-find data structure in Node.js. While doing a personal project, I did not find the NPM module that fit my needs and created this. If anyone is interested in this module, or would like addition features, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks.
$ npm install node-union-find
var UnionFind = require('node-union-find'); var newobj = new UnionFind([1,2,3]);
Initialize a union-find data structure:
var UnionFind = ;var unionFindDataStructure = 123;
Use UnionFind#inSameGroup to figure out if two nodes are in the same group:
Use UnionFind#union to join two groups:
Use UnionFind#find to get the node object, which will contain the group that it belongs to:
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