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this is often an introductory-level set of rules booklet. It contains worked-out examples and precise proofs. provides Algorithms via kind fairly than program. contains dependent fabric by way of ideas hired, now not by way of the applying sector, so readers can development from the underlying summary suggestions to the concrete software necessities. It starts with a compact, yet entire creation to a couple worthwhile math. And it techniques the research and layout of algorithms via kind instead of through program.
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4. N o t e t h a t each of the two (n/2) x (n/2) merging networks is constructed by applying t h e s a m e rule recursively, t h a t is, by using t w o (n/4) x (n/4) merging net works followed by a r a n k of (n/2) - 1 c o m p a r a t o r s . T h e correctness of this m e t h o d , k n o w n as O d d - E v e n Merging, is established in the following theorem. }, respectively, (2) then computing c2i = min(di +l, ei) and c2i + l = m a x ( r f / + ,1 ei) for i = 1, 2 , n - l (3) and finally letting cx = dx a n d c2n = en.
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