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 Course: Project Topic: Project Description: My part of the project was to integrate every basic thing that the rest of the group created into the Win32 environment using Visual C++. This is not a very easy task since I am working in the VC++ Environment for the first time.

Team Manifesto

The first (and probably the most important) thing that any computer programmer learns are the various algorithms for SORTING data. They are absolutely critical for a complete understanding of the whole computer science field itself. But it can get quite confusing at times. Especially, when one wants to understand how each one of them works? Or, How each one of them is different from the other?

We think we have an answer to that. Suppose you wish to introduce somebody to the game of FOOTBALL. A verbal discription would not be very helpful. The best solution would be to show a visual of the football game to that person.

Same is the case with Sorting Methods. Through this project, we give a visual discription of the various Sorting Algorithms, with the aim of making learning easy and fun.

But the solution also gives rise to a more complex problem. How do we represent the sorting algorithms visually. The solution is to create unique visualization schemes to represent the status of data elements at various instances of time.

This method of representation gives rise to a more complex field in mathematics known as Dynamical Systems.

After the main idea of the project was concieved, the elements of the project were distributed to the various team members.

Team Members:

• Karan Sahni (Algorithms - Coding Sorting Algorithms into C++ Programs)
• Parul Yadav (Visualizations - Creating Visualization Schemes in OpenGL)
• Devina Sibal (Visualizations - Creating Visualization Schemes in OpenGL)
• Prakash (Win32 Integration - Integrating all components in Visual C++ Environment)