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PCI Boards Add-on boards at the high end of the performance range use a local bus operating at speeds close to that of the native processor. In 1992 Intel Corporation created the peripheral component interconnect (PCI) speciﬁcation, partly to prevent a proliferation of local bus designs and partly to address the longer-term needs of the computer market by deﬁning a highperformance bus which is non-processor-speciﬁc. This is achieved on the motherboard using a bridge between the processor’s local bus and memory bus and a PCI bus through which peripheral equipment such as hard disk drives, ﬂoppy diskette drives, local area networks, displays and add-on boards in general can gain access to the computer’s resources.
Let C be an nelement array that will store the output. It is initially empty. Let pA and pB be two pointers that run through A and B, respectively. Initially, they point at their first elements. At each step, we look at the elements pointed to by pA and pB, write the smaller of the two in the next empty location of C, and advance that pointer one location to the right. It is clear that in n steps the sorted output appears in C. The running time of this algorithm is measured by the number of comparisons performed.
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