Pairwise sorting network
Visualization of the Pairwise sorting network with 16 inputs
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The pairwise sorting network is a sorting network discovered and published by Ian Parberry in 1992 in Parallel Processing Letters. The pairwise sorting network has the same cost (number of comparators) and delay as the odd-even mergesort network. It requires comparators and has depth .
- Parberry, Ian (1992), "The Pairwise Sorting Network" (PDF), Parallel Processing Letters, 2 (2, 3): 205–211
- Sorting Networks – Web page by the author.
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