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14.1 The bubble sort is so slow because it operates only locally. Each element moves only one position at a time. For example, the element 99 in Example 14.3 on page 256 is moved by six separate calls to the swap() function to be put into its correct position at a[8]. The run time is nearly proportional to the number of comparisons made. That number is n(n 1)/2. For every positive integer n, n(n 1)/2 < n2, so n(n 1)/2 = O(n2). Thus, O(n2) is the complexity function. The O(n) sorting algorithms (radix sort and bucket sort) are slower than the O(n lg n) sorting algorithms (merge sort, quick sort, and heap sort) because, although their running time is proportional to n, the constant of proportionality is large because of large overhead. For both the radix sort and the bucket sort, each iteration requires copying all the elements into a list of queues or arrays and then copying them back. The merge sort, quick sort, and bucket sort all use the divideandconquer strategy. The bubble sort, selection sort, insertion sort, merge sort, and quick sort work as well on linked lists as on arrays. The quick sort and bucket sort are significantly slower in the worst case. The insertion sort, shell sort, and radix sort are significantly faster in the best case. Recursion carries the overhead of many recursive method invocations. The quick sort implements the divideandconquer strategy: first it performs its O(lgn) partitioning of the sequence, and then it recursively sorts each of the two pieces independently. The merge sort implements the divideandconquer strategy but in the reverse order: It makes its two recursive calls first before performing its O(lgn) merge. Both algorithms do O(n) amount of work O(lgn) times thus obtaining O(n lgn) complexity. The merge sort is best for sorting linked lists and external files. The quick sort reverts to the selection sort in the worst case, when the sequence is already sorted. 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 14.9 14.10 14.11 14.12 14.13

