Source in Python is here: launchpad.net/algorithms-animator
Python application that implements and animates interactively those algorithms that are normally covered in an undergraduate course on the topic. It includes Insertion Sort, Quicksort, Mergesort, AVL Tree Search/Insert/Rebalance, Depth First Search, Breadth First Search, Topological Sort, Prim, Kruskal, Dijkstra, LCS, Huffman-Fano, and more. It is extensible. All the API are exposed. It includes a ready-to-run Windows executable (bin/AlgorithmsAnimator.exe), some documentation and a short tutorial about running time analysis (doc/csc321notes.pdf).
This program was originally designed in 2003 for teaching "Design and Analysis of Algorithms" at DePaul University. All the algorithms in the source code (src/csc321algorithms.py) are equivalent line-by-line to the pseudo-code in the MIT CLRS "Introduction to Algorithms" book.
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