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|SUBJECT ||Subject: [Learn] Fitch Algorithm - C++
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From: Ruben Safir
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Subject: [Learn] Fitch Algorithm - C++
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I started outlining and working on the Fitch algorithm
as it is laid out in the text. I have some doubts about
our understanding of the algorithm, but regardless, I've started
working on it. I decided, FWIW, to do this in C++, just because
I've forgotten how to do write C++ code and need to bring myself up
to speed. Also, the nodal nature of this methodology lends itself
to templates and classes.
I'm looking at the general data structure of the method and this is
what I've come up with. Critcism is welcome.
I have C++ workshops with source at
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