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Unformatted text preview: mbers the champion – Who is second, third, or …. last? – How many comparisons to find out? 6 Tournament Sort: Champion P M H P M P CHAMPI O ON 7 Tournament Sort: Second P M H P M P CHAMPI O ON 8 Tournament Sort: Second O M H O M CHAM I O ON 9 Tournament Sort: Third N M H N M I N CHAM 10 Tournament Sort: Fourth M M H I M CHAM 11 Tournament Sort: Complexity Can be a stable sort ! Memory: O(n) complexity due to the complexity tournament tournament tree ! Finding the champion takes O(n) comparisons comparisons ! Finding the order of the rest of the Finding integers integers takes O(n log n) comparisons log ! Overall time complexity: O(n log n) log ! How to reduce memory requirement? 12 ! Heapsort ! ! ! ! ! ! Use Use a descending heap, a tree implemented using array array Also Also called max heap, descending partially ordered ordered tree,… A max heap is an almost complete binary tree max where the value of each child is equal to or less than than the value of its parent Ordering Ordering in a heap is similar in spirit to the ordering ordering in a tournament tree Heap offers efficient insert and remove operations Array implementation of heap allows in-place sort in13 Heapsort ! ! Heaps Heaps as efficient implementation of the ADT priority queue (see Queues, Lists, and Trees – lectures lectures 8, 9, and 10) Selection Selection sort that implements the descending priority priority queue with a descending heap Initialize (PQueue) // descending for for i ← 0 to n-1 // insert r[i] with priority k[i] Insert(PQueue, r[i], k[i]) for for i ← n-1 downto 0 r[i] r[i] ← Remove(PQueue) Selection phase...
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