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Title: A C++ implementation of a O(n log n) algorithm computing a maximal stable set of an interval graph
This software implements the algorithm published in U.I. Gupta, D.T. Lee, J.-T Leung. An optimal solution for the channel-assignment problem; IEEE Transactions on Computers C-28(1979), 807-810.
Citation of the authors: "Given a set of intervals (pairs of real numbers), we look at the problem of finding a minimal partition of this set such that no element of the partition contains two overlapping intervals. We exhibit a O (n log n) algorithm which is optimal. The problem has applications in LSI layout design and job scheduling".
And I add that this algorithm solves also some problems in register allocation inside compilers.
There are only two important files:
- interval.h : header file
- interval.cpp : implementation
The main function is:
int MAXIMAL_STABLE_SET_IG(const std::list & intervals, int *colour);