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CS 202 Fundamental Structures of Computer Science II Assignment 1 – Algorithm Analysis, Sorting and Searching Due Date: June 21, 2010 (Monday) Question-1 (30 points) Trace the following sorting algorithm for sorting the array: 7 1 9 2 3 5 into ascending order. Use the array implementation as described in the textbook/lectures. a) Insertion sort. b) Selection sort. c) Bubble sort. d) Mergesort. Also list the calls to mergesort and merge in the order in which they occur. e) Quicksort. Also list the calls to quicksort and partition in the order in which they occur. Assume that the first item is chosen as pivot. Question-2 (60 points) – Programming Assignment You are going to implement the following sorting algorithms for linked-lists of integers , and empirically test them. First, write the methods for the following sorting algorithms for linked- lists of integers. Make sure that your methods sort the given linked lists of integers in DESCENDING order. Insertion Sort Quick Sort – selects the first item as pivot Radix Sort Then, write a main method to find the time requirements of your methods for different linked lists of integers. You have to create 9 different linked lists and you have to find the time
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