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high speed low memory footprint priority queue data structure lib

In networking, computer graphics, and many other applications it is necessary to have a high-throughput priority queue. libcoveb provides this by using a powerful data structure called stratified trees. By using special indexing techniques, they are able to provide access to more data in less time than more common balanced binary trees. This priority queue supports range and greater-than type queries as well as basic set containment. It is an ideal choice for keeping a sorted list of integers available from a large unsorted dynamic list of data. There is also a customizable mapping priority queue that can carry any kind of user data.
Package version:1.0.4-1


coveb : An open source van Emde Boas Priority Queue library
by Rudi Cilibrasi (

The coveb package provides an easy to use library that allows efficient
priority queues on 32-bit unsigned integers.

Implements a time and space efficient priority queue on unsigned 32-bit
integers.  Stores whether or not each integer is in the queue as a set of
integers, and allows efficient ra


Fri, 21 Mar 2008 15:23:19 -0700

First public release of the libcoveb stratified tree priority queue library.


libcoveb (1.0.4-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.

  * Added libcoveb1-dbg package.

 -- Rudi Cilibrasi <>  Tue, 25 Mar 2008 14:14:58 -0700

libcoveb (1.0.3-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release. van Emde Boas priority queue library.(Closes: #472099)

 -- Rudi Cilibrasi <>  Fri, 21 Mar 2008 16:58:18 -0700


Rudi Cilibrasi (


libcoveb would not be possible without the following people's help:

Dr. Peter van Emde Boas and his


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