Algorithms & Data Structures

Do not copy/paste or type the text in your own text editor.cycle0.txt

Provided files: Grading Criteria Unix.zip – zipped folder with all data files. For convenience below are direct links to individual files. To download individual files, use right click and Save As. Do NOT copy/paste or type the text in your own text editor.cycle0.txt data0.txt data0_rev.txt data1.txt – like data0.txt but the order of the prerequisite …

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Do not copy/paste or type the text in your own text editor.cycle0.txt

Provided files: Grading Criteria Unix.zip – zipped folder with all data files. For convenience below are direct links to individual files. To download individual files, use right click and Save As. Do NOT copy/paste or type the text in your own text editor.cycle0.txt data0.txt data0_rev.txt data1.txt – like data0.txt but the order of the prerequisite …

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Purpose: This assignment has 3 problems. The problems 1 and 2 are related to some of the important topics we studied in the Module 6. The problem 3 is related to some of the important topics of Module 7. The purpose of this assignment is: • Value the use of the different sub-quadratic sorting algorithms …

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When you create your “top folder” (called “folder0”), you can specify the depth of the hierarchy that you want.

Review the Code Review the Folder and File classes in the homework files. These are similar to those we used in the recursion module. Review the printFolderContentsRecursive method in the driver. This method prints a tree-like hierarchy of all of the files and folders in a top level folder. Use Stacks to Replace Recursion One …

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You do not need to consider the other methods from the arraylist class that can modify the list.

Derive a SortedArrayList class as a subclass of the java.util.ArrayList class in such a way that the items of a sorted ArrayList are sorted in ascending order. This subclass of the ArrayList class will be needed to complete Task 2 (see Additional Assumptions (2) below). You only need to provide your new insertion method in …

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not need to consider the other methods from the arraylist class that can modify the list.
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