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20 In this example, we will ‘{devise” an algorithm that uses 0(logn) space. Let us modify the Algorithm BINARYSEARCH as follows. After the search terminates, output a sorted list of all those entries of array A that have been compared against x. 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!

5, the total number of element comparisons required by the algorithm when n is a power of 2‘ is between (nlogn)/2 and nlogn - n 1. This means that the number of element comparisons when n is a power of 2 is R(n1ogn) BOTT~MUPSORTas follows. , Q(n1ogn). It can be shown that this holds even if n is not a power of 2. Since the operation of element comparison used by the algorithm is of maximum frequency to within a constant factor, we conclude that the running time of the algorithm is proportional to the number of comparisons.

We conclude that the running time of the algorithm is ~ ( n l o g l o g n ) . 10 COUNT3 Input: n = 22', for some positive integer k . Output: Number of times Step 6 is executed. 1. count+--0 2. for i +- 1 to n 3. j+-2 4. while j 5 n 5. j+j2 count + c a n t 7. end while 8. end for 9. return count 6. , an integer whose square root is integer. Algorithm PSUM computes for each perfect square j between 1 and n the sum i. (Obviously, this sum can be computed more efficiently). can be computed in 0(1)time.