Python implementation of treaps
A set of python modules implementing treaps is provided.
Treaps perform most operations in O(log2(n)) time, and are innately sorted. They’re very nice for keeping a collection of values that needs to always be sorted, or for optimization problems in which you need to find the p best values out of q, when p is much smaller than q.
A module is provided for treaps that enforce uniqueness.
A pure python version is included, as is a Cython-enhanced version for performance.
Release 1.39 is pylint’d and is known to run on at least CPython 2.x, CPython 3.x and Pypy, Pypy3 (beta) and Jython.
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