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Re: Re: sort with fewest moves

by axelrose (Scribe)
on Feb 11, 2002 at 19:26 UTC ( #144676=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: sort with fewest moves
in thread sort with fewest moves

> is move(n,m) the only operation with a "cost" ?

Practically yes. Finding the right order is easily achieved with Perl in memory. The cost mainly results from time a robot arm needs to pick and move a tape. (about 30 seconds)

I neglect the time difference for tape moves betwenn different slots. (a maximum of 60 tapes)

> Would a solution that analyzed all of the slots in detail first,then built up a list of moves be considered optimal?
Yes - that's how I want to solve it.

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