Some articles on data, move data, move:
... is, they loop over the cycles, moving the data from one location to the next in the cycle ... the permutation pick a starting address s in C let D = data at s let x = predecessor of s in the cycle while x ≠ s move data from x to successor of x let x = predecessor of x move data from D to successor ... Such algorithms are designed to move each data element exactly once ...
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