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Sorting visualised with traditional folk dancing

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/08/08

Some really cool YouTube videos below nicely visualise different sorting algorithms are in the playlist below.

They are an extension of

It impressed me more than the audible playlist I wrote about in Fun to watch/listen to: Sorting Algorithms (slower, grouped and ordered) – YouTube, likely because the various steps in each sorting algorithm are much more clear.

To me it’s also more entertaining than Sorting |, even though the latter even more clearly show the various operations in a sorting algorithm.

Not all algorithms are covered; has many more of them and to my surprise, Heap Sort beats Quick and Quick3 sort on various distributions.

Discussing sorting seems a never ending story…


via: [WayBack] Best description of Bubblesort i’ve ever seen °.° – Fabian S. Biehn – Google+

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