cse205-h04 (2).pdf - CSE205 Object Oriented Programming and Data Structures Homework 4 25 pts 1 Submission Instructions Note that for each homework

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CSE205 Object Oriented Programming and Data Structures Homework 4 : 25 pts 1 Submission Instructions Note that for each homework assignment, only some of the exercises will be graded. A list of the exercises that will be graded can be found in the Homework Assignment 4 submission link in Blackboard (BB). This does not mean that the un- graded exercise are unimportant or that you will not be tested on the material in the exercise. They are, and you will. There are two primary reasons we grade only some of the exercises: first, this course has a large enrollment so there are many assignments to be graded; second, in the accelerated time frame for online courses, we want to return graded home- work exercises as quickly as we can. Despite not grading some exercises, if you wish to perform as well as you can in this course, we strongly recommend that you complete all of the exercises. Some of your solutions will be typed in a PDF document. To start, create a document using your favorite word processor and type your exercise solutions—except for those exercises where you are asked to submit your solution in a separate file (more later). At the top of the document please include your name, your ASURITE ID (the username you use to login to MyASU and BB), your email address, and the homework assignment number, e.g. Homework 4. For the short-answer and description exercises (e.g., see Exs. 3.2, 3.5, 5.2, etc), please neatly type your solution in your document. When you are done, convert the word processing document into Adobe PDF format and name the PDF file asuriteid . pdf where asuriteid is your ASURITE user id (for example, if your ASURITE user id is jsmith6 then your file would be named jsmith6.pdf ). Next, create an empty folder named asuriteid and copy asuriteid.pdf to that folder. Copy the requested Java source code files to the asurite folder. (Note: Java source code files are the files with a .java file name extension; do not copy the .class files or any data files as we do not need those.) Next, compress the asuriteid folder creating a zip archive file named asuriteid.zip . Upload asuriteid.zip to the Homework Assignment 4 submission link by the assignment deadline. Please see the Course Schedule section in BB or in the Syllabus for the deadline. Consult the Syllabus for the late and academic integrity policies. 2 Learning Objectives 1. To use the merge sort and quick sort sorting algorithms to sort a list of elements. 2. To analyze the time complexity of the merge sort and quick sort sorting algorithms. 3. To implement linked list, stack, queue, and tree data structures. 4. To analyze the time complexity of linked list, stack, queue, and tree operations. 5. To implement a binary search tree (BST) data structure. 6. To analyze the time complexity of BST operations.
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