Bubble Sort Algorithm Implementation in Java and Complexity Analysis

  • Aug 12, 2015
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Bubble sort in one of the classic and simplest sorting algorithm, not so efficient with large data sets but easy to understand and implement anyway. As the name implies each element of an Array bubbles up here and there and finds his exact position, bubble sort makes one element sorted in a pass.

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Selection Sort Algorithm Implementation in Java and Complexity Analysis

  • Aug 12, 2015
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  • Algorithms and Complexity Analysis

As the name implies each element of an Array is selected from the unsorted array and we put that element in a new array at appropriate position. So at any point of time we have a initial unsorted array and a new sorted array

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Insertion Sort Algorithm Implementation in Java and Complexity Analysis

  • Aug 12, 2015
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  • Algorithms and Complexity Analysis

The best real time example of Insertion Sort is a set of cards, lets say we have a set of cards and want to sort the cards in increasing order of ranks. To sort them we can put all the cards in our left hand and we can pick one card at a time from left hand and make a sorted arrangement in right hand. We will move one card from left to right and insert it into the appropriate position in right hand.

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Merge Sort Algorithm Implementation in Java and Complexity Analysis

  • Aug 12, 2015
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Merge sort is a Divide and Conquer algorithm and one of the most commonly used sorting algorithm for large data sets. As the name implies unsorted array is first divided into two possibly similar array based on a selected middle element.

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