Data Structures and Algorithms (Software Engineering and by Shi-Kuo Chang

By Shi-Kuo Chang

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26 P. Maresca In the previous fragment we have applied the property by which the terms of inferior degree are insignificant for the calculation of the execution time of the program. In reality, there is something more: the rule of the sum affirms that given a sequence of instructions, every instruction that is weighted equal to 0(1), can be "absorbed" in 0(1). This means that the sum of two constants is still a constant. It is not admissible, however, to confuse the "constant number" sum of terms 0(1) with "the sum of number of terms that varies with respect to the dimension of the data".

T(n) 2. T ( n - l ) =b + =b + 3. T ( n - 2 ) =6 + T(n-3) n-1. = 6 + T(l) T(2) T(n-l) T(n-2) If we replace the second equation in the first we have T(n) = b + (b + T(n — 2)) = 26 + T(n — 2). Again we can replace T(n — 2) with the equation of line 3 and we obtain T(n) = 26 + (6 + T(n - 3)) = 36 + T(n - 3). After i - 1 steps the recurrence relation looks like: T(n) = ib + T(n — i). We continue to replace until the recurrence equation is expressed in terms of T(l). The final equation is the following1: T ( n ) = (n - 1)6 + T ( l ) ■ (1) -'^To be formal, we should prove by induction on i what occurs when we replace T(n — i) repeatedly in the formula.

2. Examples for Nonrecursive Function Calls int funl(int x, n); { (1) for (i = 0; i <= n; i++) (2) x = x + fun2(i, n); main () { (6) (7) (8) (9) } int /wn2(int a,n); { (3) for (i = 0;i < = n; i++) (4) x = x + i; (5) fun2 = x; } } cin > > n; Sum = 0; /wnl(Sum, n); cout < < fun2 (Sum, n); The Execution Fig. 1. Time of an Algorithm: Advanced Considerations 43 Program without recursive function call. It is possible see from the call graph that there are neither recursive func­ tions nor loop. We can compute the execution time of the function main starting from the function that does not call any other functions (Pun2, in our case) going up until we reach the function main.

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