Search results for "module:Algorithm::Loops"
Algorithm::Loops - Looping constructs: NestedLoops, MapCar*, Filter, and NextPermute*
24 Jul 2016 03:23:01 UTC
Crypt::IDA::Algorithm - Expose methods useful for writing custom IDA loops
This module is a rewrite of the original "ida_split" and "ida_combine" methods provided in "Crypt::IDA". It provides a pared-down, simplified interface intended to make it easier to integrate with an external event loop. It does this by: * Decoupling...DMALONE/Crypt-IDA-0.03 - 16 Sep 2019 11:48:11 UTC
Algorithm::Search - Module for traversing an object.
AND DEFINITIONS A user provided traversable object starts in an initial position. The traversable object must have certain methods, such as 'move', described below. This is passed into the search method via the 'search_this' parameter. At any positio...ARTHUR/Algorithm-Search-0.04 - 08 Dec 2014 04:23:55 UTC
Algorithm::Diff::Any - Perl module to find differences between files
This is a simple module to select the best available implementation of the standard "diff" algorithm, which works by effectively trying to solve the Longest Common Subsequence (LCS) problem. This algorithm is described in: *A Fast Algorithm for Compu...JAWNSY/Algorithm-Diff-Any-1.001 - 23 Dec 2009 00:34:12 UTC
Algorithm::LatticePoints - Run code for each lattice points
Lattice-point handling is a common chore. You do it for image processing, 3-d processing, and more. Usually you do it via nested for loops but it is boring and tedious. This module loops for you instead. METHODS new(\&coderef) Pass a coderef which pr...DANKOGAI/Algorithm-LatticePoints-0.01 - 04 Feb 2007 05:49:28 UTC
Algorithm::Diff::Callback - Use callbacks on computed differences
One of the difficulties when using diff modules is that they assume they know what you want the information for. Some give you formatted output, some give you just the values that changes (but neglect to mention how each changed) and some (such as Al...XSAWYERX/Algorithm-Diff-Callback-0.111 - 14 Oct 2016 21:52:17 UTC
Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::DeltaTerm - Termination condition for an algorithm; checks that the difference of the best to a target is less than a delta
Termination condition for evolutionary algorithm loops; the "apply" method returns false when the first element in the array is as close to the target as the differente indicated....JMERELO/Algorithm-Evolutionary-0.82.1 - 29 Mar 2021 11:30:17 UTC