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Tirgul 10. Understanding parts of the initial two hypothetical activities: T1 Q.1(a,b) T1 Q.4(a,e) T2 Q.2(a) T2 Q.3(b) T2 Q.4(a,b). T1 Q.1(a) - pseudo-code for determination sort. Determination Sort(array A) for j = 0 to A.length - 1 k = smallest(A, j) swap(A, j, k)/swaps A[j] with A[k]

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Tirgul 10 Solving parts of the initial two hypothetical activities: T1 Q.1(a,b) T1 Q.4(a,e) T2 Q.2(a) T2 Q.3(b) T2 Q.4(a,b)

T1 Q.1(a) - pseudo-code for determination sort Selection-Sort(array A) for j = 0 to A.length - 1 k = smallest(A, j) swap(A, j, k)/swaps A[j] with A[k] return;/Returns the list of the littlest component of A[j..n] int smallest(array An, int j) smallest = j for i = j+1 to A.length - 1 if A[i] < A[smallest] littlest = i return(smallest)

T1 Q.1(b) - evidence of accuracy The circle invariant: instigation in addition to âtermination claimâ. Incitement Claim: After performing the jâth cycle, A[0..j-1] contains the j littlest components in A, sorted in a non-diminishing request: For j = 1 : The calculation finds the littlest component and spots it in A[0] The actuation step : Suppose A[0..j-1] are the j littlest components. We locate the littlest component in A[j..N-1], and accordingly after the swap A[0..j] are the j+1 littlest components. Since A[j] is bigger than all components in A[0..j-1] by supposition, then A[0..j] is still sorted. End: After n cycles, A[0..n-1] (the whole cluster) is sorted.

T1 Q.4(a) - fathoming repeats We might want to demonstrate a coordinating lower bound:

T1 Q.4(e) - tackling repeats

T1 Q.4(e) (another point of view) How could we have been able to we figure that T(n) = O(n) ?? Restricted is to take a gander at the recursion tree: for any hub with work x, the work of every one of its kids is (7/8)x. So the aggregate work of some level is 7/8 times the aggregate work of one level higher, and the first level has work n. So we get an upper bound to the aggregate sum of work:

T2 Q.2(a) - actualize line utilizing two stacks Denote the two stacks âLâ and âRâ. Enqueue : push the thing to stack L. Dequeue: If stack R is unfilled : while stack L is not vacant, pop a component from stack L and push it to stack R. At the point when stack L is discharged, pop a component from stack R and return it. On the off chance that stack R is not void : pop a component from stack R and return it. Clarification : 1) If stack R is unfilled, then in the wake of moving the components from L to R they are in a FIFO request. 2) the length of stack R is not void, the top component is the first component entered the d.s. (extra enqueus does not change this), so it ought to be dequeued.

T2 Q.2(a) (proceeded with) What is the running time? âMostâ operations take O(1), every so often we have O(n) when stack R is vacant and we need a dequeue. On the off chance that we do amortized investigation (the bookkeeping technique) it is sufficient to pay 3 for each enqueue and 1 for each dequeue, since, subsequent to being pushed to stack L, every component needs to pay precisely 2 more before being dequeued - 1 for being popped from L and 1 for being pushed to R. Notice the run-time contrast regarding the more straightforward arrangement - dependably keep the components in L, and for a dequeue, move the components to R, give back its top, and move the components back to L. Here, all dequeues are O(n).

T2 Q.3(b) - the determination issue The choice issue: Given a cluster A, discover the kâth littlest component in straight time (by and large). Update from Quicksort: the procdure partition(A,p,r) first picks a turn component x from A[p..r], and afterward adjusts A[p..r] so that all components before x are littler than x and all components after x are bigger than x. It gives back the new record of x (called q). RandomizedPartition(A,p,r) picks the turn arbitrarily. This dependably takes O(n) time. What is the measure of A[p..q-1] (overall)? In the event that we picked the iâth littlest component then the size will be i-1. Since each component is picked with likelihood 1/n then every size 0,..,n-1 has likelihood 1/n.

T2 Q.3(b) - the calculation/Returns the kâth component in A[p..r] Select(A, p, r, k) q = RandomizedPartition(A, p, r) if (k == q-p+1) return A[k] else if (k < q-p+1) return Select(A, p, q-1, k) else return Select(A, q+1, r, k-(q-p+1))

T2 Q.3(b) - Average run time Suppose that the extent of A[p..q-1] is i, and k causes us to enter the bigger piece of A. Since the likelihood of i is 1/n for i=0..n-1 and the parcel takes about n operations: Assume by affectation that T(n) < cn , so (utilizing the math entirety recipe):

T2 Q.4 - check the load property of a given (pointer based) complete double tree A recursive code: boolean isHeap(Node t) if (t == invalid) then return TRUE boolean l = isHeap(t.leftChild()) boolean r = isHeap(t.rightChild()) return ( l && r && checkNode(t) ) boolean checkNode(Node t) if ( t.leftChild().val() > t.val() ) return FALSE if ( t.rightChild().val() > t.val() ) return FALSE return TRUE

T2 Q.4 (proceeded with) An iterative code (utilizing a stack): boolean isHeap(Node t) Stack s s.push(t) While ( ! s.empty() ) t = s.pop() if (t != invalid) if ( ! checkNode(t) ) return FALSE s.push(t.leftChild()) s.push(t.rightChild()) ret