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Resources for the Amida-kuji Problem

The motivation for this project came from

    Stanton, Bob (2000, September), Amida-kuji,  
Games Magazine, 41.

An interactive version of Amida-kuji can be found at Shuttle Puzzle.

Amida-kuji is closely related to sorting networks, which are a common topic in computer science literature.  Here are some references:
Harell, D. (1992) Algorithmics, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

    Knuth, D. (1973),
The Art of Computer Programming, Vol. 3/Sorting and Searching, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Sorting networks are introduced on the
Computer Science Unplugged web site in the "Beat the Clock: Sorting Networks" project.  

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