VRF : A Novel Algorithm for optimized Sorting

@inproceedings{Sharma2016VRFA,
  title={VRF : A Novel Algorithm for optimized Sorting},
  author={Sunny Sharma and V. Vasanth Kumar and P. Akshay Singh and Amritpal Singh},
  year={2016}
}
An algorithm is a well-defined way that takes some input in the form of certain values, processes them and gives certain values as output. Although there is a large variety of sorting algorithms, sorting problem has appealed a great deal of research; because effective sorting is important to enhance the use of other algorithms.A novel sorting algorithm namely „V-Re-Fr (VRF) Sorting Algorithm‟ is proposed to address the limitations of the current popular sorting algorithms. The goal of this… CONTINUE READING

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