stable-heap: Purely functional stable heaps (fair priority queues)

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This library provides a purely functional implementation of stable heaps (fair priority queues). The data structure is a cousin of the pairing heap which maintains a sequential ordering of the keys. Insertion can be to either end of the heap, as though it is a deque, and it can be split on the left-most occurrence of the minimum key.

The current state of the package is fairly barebones. It will be fleshed out later.


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Copyright Copyright (C) 2015-2023 Jake McArthur
Author Jake McArthur
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