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C#: A-Star is born

, 23 Jun 2003
Understand graphs and A* path-finding algorithm with C#
graphformer.zip
GraphFormer.exe
EMK.Cartography.dll
EMK.Collections.dll
graphs_astar_src.zip
EMK.csproj.user
EMK.suo
EMK.Cartography
EMK.Cartography.csproj.user
EMK.Test
EMK.Test.csproj.user
EMK.Collections
EMK.Collections.csproj.user
GraphFormer
App.ico
Arc.ico
Noeud.ico
GraphFormer.csproj.user
GraphFormer.suo
Etape.ico
Ouvrir.ico
Dessiner.ico
Effacer.ico
Inactivate.ico
D‚placer.ico
Sauver.ico
AEtoile.ico
Fin.ico
Debut.ico
Nouveau.ico
AProposDe.ico

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Eric Marchesin
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France France
Eric Marchesin is working as a software development engineer at Dassault Systèmes, Paris. Dassault Systèmes is a global leader in the market for Product Lifecycle Management using 3D modeling digital technology.
He has also been working for Video Game companies as well as Artificial Intelligence projects.
His programming experience more specifically includes C/C++, MFC, OpenGL, C# and .NET framework.
 
Of course I appreciate beautiful and fine algorithms. There's quite an art to creating powerful, effective and ergonomic programs.
Among many other things I enjoy music, sun, passion and generally whatever makes you imagine, travel and dream.

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