AlgorhythmicSorting is an open source program and learning tool for people, who want to learn and analyze the diversity of sorting algorithms by hearing the different rhythmic and pattern generating behaviour of different sorting algorithms like bubble sort, merge sort, quick sort or heap sort and others. It shall be used by students, sound artists, researchers and hobbyists to learn the rhythmic basics of algorithms.
AlgorhythmicSorting is an open project initiated by Shintaro Miyazaki and Michael Chinen (Members of Institute for Algorhythmics), which investigates the algorhythmic (algorithmic+rhythmic) and sonic structures in our contemporary life, culture and society. Sourceforge hosts its various projects on svn, including many data sonification and audification tool It is an open source software under GPLv3. Audio i/o thanks to portaudio.
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