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Chaco is a software for partitioning graphs mainly intended for parallel computing and scientific simulations. It implements a set of algorithms for this task ranging from a generalization of KL/FM with weighted graphs support to the premiere multilevel algorithms which combine high quality partitioning schemes and low computational costs.
DocumentationUser guide in Postscript format available from ftp://ftp.cs.sandia.gov/pub/papers/bahendr/guide.ps.gz
released on 2 October 1997
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