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============== || within Chapters. || ==============
1 creation.

2 Array.

three Matrix .

four Sorting .

five Stack.

6 Queue.

7 associated record.

eight Tree.

nine Graph .

10 Hashing.

eleven Algorithms.

12 Misc. subject matters.

thirteen difficulties.

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We write O(1) to mean a computing time that is a constant. O(n) is a linear, O(n2) is called quadratic, O(n3) is called cubic, and O(2n) is called exponential. If an algorithm takes time O(log N), it is faster as compared to O(n). Omega notation:-The function f(n) =(g(n)) (read as “f of n is omega of g of n”). if and only if there exist positive constants c and m such that that f(n) >= c*g(n) for all n, n>=m. Example : The function 3n+2 = (n) as 3n+2 >= 3n for all n>=1. The function 6*2n+n2= (2n) as 6*2n+n2 >= 6*2n for all n>=1.

7. QUICK SORTING- Quick Sort is a algorithm that also like merge sort uses the idea of divide and conquer. This algorithm finds the element that divides (splits) the array into halves in such a way that the elements in the left sub array are less than and the elements in the right sub array are greater than the dividing (splitting) element. Then these two-sub arrays are sorted separately. This procedure is recursive. The main task in quick sort is to find the element that divides the array into halves and to place it at its proper location in the array.

Set COUNT = COUNT + 1. [ End of Step 2 loop. ] 5. Return DIGIT ( N , I , DIG ) 1. Set DIG:= 0. 2. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 For J := 1 to I: 3. Set DIG := N MOD 10. 4. Set N:= N / 10. [ End of Step 2 loop. ] Return. RADIX_SORT ( A , N ) Here A is an array with N elements. This algorithm sorts the array A with N elements in ascending order. We have assumed that first index of array is 0 1. [ Calling of MAX Function. ] Call MAX ( A , N, MAXITEM). 2. [Calling of DIGIT_COUNT Function. ] Call DIGIT_COUNT( MAXITEM, D ).

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