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Is there a good way to do a multithreaded A* search? Single-threaded is fairly easy, as given in (for example) Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, but I have not come across a good multithreaded version.

Assume a sane language like Java or C# or Lisp where we have thread pools and work blocks, and of course garbage collection.

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This problem is procedural and has no good way of breaking it up into separate parts and thus is not a good choice for threading. But here is a link of java implementation for a Multi-Threaded Version of Binary Search Tree:

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