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CS352 Data Structures Winter/Spring 2007 Project 1: Stack Sorting Grading Scheme Create a type-written report with the following: Title Page This contains the project title('Stack Sorting'), subtitle('CS352 Project 1, Winter/Spring 2007), author of the report (your name), and date. In addition, you must include a statement that: This project is your original work 1. You have not copied any other student's work, nor allowed any other student to copy yours 2. You have given full references to any textbooks, articles or websites you consulted in developing the program 3. You understand that the penalties for plagiarism or other academic dishonesty may include a zero for the assignment, and sanctions ranging from warning to expulsion from the University. 4. Projects with no title page will not be accepted for grading. Introduction (5%) In this section, state the problem in your own words. Algorithm (15%) In this section, state the algorithm in a high-level abstraction , explain why it is correct, and derive the complexity of your algorithm.
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