## Objectives of algorithms, Data Structure & Algorithms

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After learning this, you will be able to:

• understand the concept of algorithm;
• understand mathematical foundation underlying the analysis of algorithm;
• to understand several asymptotic notations, like theta notation, Big O notation and omega (big O, Θ, ? ) for analysis of algorithms;
• understand several notations for describing the complexity of algorithm;
• describe the complexity of several well known algorithms, and
• Learn the technique to calculate time complexity of algorithm.

#### Analyze an algorithm, In order to analyze an algorithm is to find out the a...

In order to analyze an algorithm is to find out the amount of resources (like time & storage) that are utilized to execute. Mostly algorithms are designed to work along with inputs

#### Abstract data type-stack, Conceptually, the stack abstract data type mimics...

Conceptually, the stack abstract data type mimics the information kept into a pile on a desk. Informally, first we consider a material on a desk, where we might keep separate stack

#### Abstract data type-tree, Definition: A set of data values & related operati...

Definition: A set of data values & related operations that are accurately specified independent of any particular implementation. As the data values and operations are described

#### Perform inorder, QUESTION (a) Construct a binary tree for the following...

QUESTION (a) Construct a binary tree for the following numbers assuming that a number greater than the node (starting from the root) goes to the left else it goes to the right.

#### Calculates partial sum of an integer, Now, consider a function that calcula...

Now, consider a function that calculates partial sum of an integer n. int psum(int n) { int i, partial_sum; partial_sum = 0;                                           /* L

#### Stack flowchart, example of stack using flowchart

example of stack using flowchart

#### Example of telephone directory, A telephone directory having n = 10 records...

A telephone directory having n = 10 records and Name field as key. Let us assume that the names are stored in array 'm' i.e. m(0) to m(9) and the search has to be made for name "X"

#### Hash tables, Q. Explain the Hash Tables, Hash function and Hashing Techniqu...

Q. Explain the Hash Tables, Hash function and Hashing Techniques properly?             A n s . H as h Table is explained as follows : A hash table is a data struc

#### Linear node is given by means of pointer, A linear collection of data eleme...

A linear collection of data elements where the linear node is given by means of pointer is known as Linked list

#### Explain th term input and output- pseudocode, Explain th term input and ou...

Explain th term input and output-  Pseudocode Input and output indicated by the use of terms input number, print total, output total, print "result is" x and so on.  