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2 Complexity of Algorithms

Time Complexity: Determine the approximate number of operations required to solve a problem of size n. Space Complexity: Determine the approximate memory required to solve a problem of size n. ________________ Time Complexity - Use the Big-O notation - Ignore house keeping - Count the expensive operations only Basic operations: • searching algorithms - key comparisons • sorting algorithms - list component comparisons • numerical algorithms - floating point ops. (flops) multiplications/divisions and/or additions/subtractions ____________________ Worst Case: maximum number of operations Average Case: mean number of operations assuming an input probability distribution

Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 4/E by Kenneth Rosen Section 2.2 TP 1

_________________ • Multiply an n x n upper triangular matrix A A(i. time complexity is O(n2) or quadratic complexity.2 TP 2 . j) end do end do Analysis (worst case): Count the number of floating point multiplications. A. j) = 0 if i > j Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 4/E by Kenneth Rosen Section 2. j) = cA(i. n2 elements requires n2 multiplications. B) for i from 1 to n do for j from 1 to n do B(i. c.____________________ Examples: • Multiply an n x n matrix A by a scalar c to produce the matrix B: procedure (n.

The maximum number of non-zero elements in an n x n upper triangular matrix =1+2+3+4+.n)/2 + n = n2/2 + n/2 which is n2/2 + O(n). Quadratic complexity but the leading coefficient is 1/2 Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 4/E by Kenneth Rosen Section 2. j) = cA(i.2 TP 3 . j) end do end do Analysis (worst case): Count the number of floating point multiplications..by a scalar c to produce the (upper triangular) matrix B. procedure (n. B) /* A (and B) are upper triangular */ for i from 1 to n do for j from i to n do B(i.. A.+n or • remove the diagonal elements (n) from the total (n2) • divide by 2 • add back the diagonal elements to get (n2 . c.

L is a list of n elements .swap is an intermediate swap location */ for i from n . Note: this is not an efficient implementation of the algorithm procedure bubble (n. Analysis (worst case): Count the number of list comparisons required.We assume nothing about the initial order . . Method: If the jth element of L is larger than the (j + 1)st.1 to 1 by -1 do for j from 1 to i do if L(j) > L(j + 1) do swap = L(j + 1) L(j + 1) = L (j) L(j) = swap end do end do end do Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 4/E by Kenneth Rosen Section 2. L) /* . swap them.The list is in ascending order upon completion.2 TP 4 ._________________ • Bubble sort: L is a list of elements to be sorted.

.1)+ (n . • Continue until the list is sorted. 1 comparison on the last pass Total: (n .swap elements until the largest in the top position. . . . . + 1 = O(n2) or quadratic complexity (what is the leading coefficient?) _________________ Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 4/E by Kenneth Rosen Section 2.• Bubble the largest element to the 'top' by starting at the bottom .2 TP 5 . n-1 comparison on the first pass n-2 comparisons on the second pass .2) + . • Bubble the second largest to the position below the top.

• An algorithm to determine if a function f from A to B is an injection: Input: a table with two columns: .Right column contains the images of the elements in the left column. One solution: • Sort the right column Worst case complexity (using Bubble sort) O(n2) • Compare adjacent elements to see if they agree Worst case complexity O(n) Total: O(n2) + O(n) = O(n2) Can it be done in linear time? Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications 4/E by Kenneth Rosen Section 2.2 TP 6 .Left column contains the elements of A. . Recall that two elements of column 1 cannot have the same images in column 2. Analysis (worst case): Count comparisons of elements of B.

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