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The Generalized Colour Towers of Hanoi: An
The Generalized Colour Towers of Hanoi: An. Iterative Algorithm. M.
A Simple Iterative Algorithm for the Towers of Hanoi Problem
Abstract-A simple iterative optimal algorithm for the towers of Hanoi problem is presented. I. INTRODUCTION.
1 Recursion - Algorithms and Theory Group
Algorithms. Lecture 1: Recursion [Fa'10]. 1.
An iterative algorithm for the cyclic Towers of Hanoi problem
KEY WORDS: Towers of Hanoi; iteration; recursion; algorithm design. 1. INTRODUCTION.
Non-recursive Algorithm of Tower of Hanoi Problem
Non-recursive Algorithm of Tower of Hanoi Problem. Fuwan Ren, Qifan Yang*, Jiexin Zheng, Hui Yan. School of Computer and Computing Science.

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Tower of Hanoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tower of Hanoi is often used as an example of a simple recursive algorithm when teaching introductory programming.
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Towers of Hanoi: Simple Recursive Solution
Particularly, the withPole is the pole we move the tower of height n-1 .
Recursion: Towers of Hanoi
About the Towers of Hanoi. In this puzzle, we have three pegs and several disks, initially stacked from largest to smallest on the left peg.
TH algorithm - Tower of Hanoi Puzzle at
Feb 9, 1998 New fast iterative computer algorithms for the Tower of Hanoi puzzle my Tower of Hanoi JavaScript code the well known recursive algorithm.

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