sorting without key

From: Raphael Schefold \(Remove \ (raphael.dot.schefold@gmx.ch)
Date: Fri Mar 02 2001 - 19:02:26 MET

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    I have an algorithmic problem:
    How can I sort (in some way) elements in a list without a key? Suppose
    snowflakes: Size, circumference, speed, mass etc. These dimensions of the
    snowflakes are not correlating, but I would like to put the snowflakes in
    some (fuzzy) order. How do I mix the orders for each dimension?
    Everything from links to answers is welcome!
    Thank you, Raphael

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