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Sir Penguin
31-01-2004, 01:18:10
For the interested parties who haven't heard about this:

http://www.jankratochvil.net/project/captive/

SP

Nav
31-01-2004, 14:53:02
goddamn it SP you killed the forum again.

Sir Penguin
31-01-2004, 19:29:12
Only because Deacon hasn't come by yet.

SP

Deacon
01-02-2004, 21:53:25
Fascinating. I currently use multiple FAT32 partitions to get around the 32GB limit. Mainly because I want read/write using Linux. This is a project worth watching.

Sir Penguin
01-02-2004, 22:35:25
Now it's dead!

SP

Deacon
02-02-2004, 08:33:53
Dull is down. :)

Asher
02-02-2004, 08:42:05
"If you're getting bored, let this be a lesson to you about O(nē) algorithms!" -- best '80s educational video EVER.
I've seen that video!

It was produced by the UofT, right?

Sir Penguin
02-02-2004, 09:09:18
I don't remember offhand. It had a section on Insertion sorting techniques in which in compared InsertionSort and two others; a section on Exchange sorting, with comparisons between BubbleSort, ShellSort, and QuickSort; and a section on Selection sorting, with comparisons between SelectionSort, TreeSelection, and HeapSort. Then it had a big face-off between all nine sorting algorithms, each on a set of data 2500 units big. They left it running for a couple minutes, and then mentioned that if they were to leave it going until everything was sorted, BubbleSort would take another 58 minutes.

SP

Asher
02-02-2004, 09:09:53
Yep, bingo.

Sir Penguin
02-02-2004, 09:25:48
I can see why it would be universally popular.

SP