JGAP: a Java-based graph algorithms platform We describe JGAP, a web-based platform for designing and implementing Java-coded graph algorithms. The platform contains a library of common data structures for implementing graph algorithms, features a `plug-and-play’ modular design for adding new algorithm modules, and includes a performance meter to measure the execution time of implemented algorithms. JGAP is also equipped with a graph editor to generate and modify graphs to have specific properties. JGAP’s graphic user interface further allows users to compose, in a functional way, computation sequences from existing algorithm modules so that output from an algorithm is used as input for another algorithm. Hence, JGAP can be viewed as a visual graph calculator for helping experiment with and teach graph algorithm design

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  1. Chen, Ding-Yi; Chuang, Tyng-Ruey; Tsai, Shi-Chun: JGAP: a Java-based graph algorithms platform (2001)