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In this case, the number of element comparisons is exactly n - 1 , as each element A [ i ] , 2 5 i 5 n , is compared with A[i - 11 only. On the other hand, the maximum number of element comparisons occurs if the array is already sorted in decreasing order and all elements are distinct. In this case, the number of element comparisons is n n- 1 C i - l = C i = i=2 i= 1 n(n - 1 ) 2 ' - as each element A [ i ] ,2 5 i 5 n, is compared with each entry in the subarray A [ l . i- 11. This number coincides with that of Algorithm SELECTIONSORT.

Space requirements and input distribution. The latter is helpful in analyzing the behavior of an algorithm on the average. 8 30 i! 20 n 10 (1,O) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 input size Fig. 5 Growth of some typical f u n ~ ~ i o n that s represent running times. 5 shows some functions that are widely used to represent the running times of algorithms. Higher order functions and exponential and hyperexponential functions are not shown in the figure. Exponential and hy~rexponential~ n c t i o ngrow s much faster than the ones shown in the figure, even for moderate values of n.

This meam that after we test x against A[mid] in each iteration, we must save A[mid]using a auxiliary array, say B, which can be sorted later. , O(1ogn). 21 An algorithm that outputs all permutations of a given n characters needs only @(n)space. If we want to keep these permutations so that they can be used in subsequent calculations, then we need at least n x n! ) space. Naturally, in many problems there is a time-space tradeoff The more space we allocate for the algorithm the faster it runs, and vice versa.