Worst-case space

**complexity**. O(1) iterative. In computer science,**linear search**or**sequential search**is a method for finding a target value within a list. It sequentially checks each element of the list for the target value until a match is found or until all the elements have been searched.Besides, what is bubble sort complexity?

Worst-case space

**complexity**. auxiliary.**Bubble sort**, sometimes referred to as sinking**sort**, is a simple**sorting**algorithm that repeatedly steps through the list to be**sorted**, compares each pair of adjacent items and swaps them if they are in the wrong order.How do you bubble sort?

**Bubble Sort**: compare two elements at time and swap if the 2nd element is larger than the first.

**Bubble sort**is considered the simplest

**sorting**algorithm. It goes through an entire array and compares each neighboring number. It then swaps the numbers and keeps doing this until the list is in ascending order.

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## What is complexity in data structure?

Definition

**Time Complexity**of Algorithm is the number of dominating operations executed by the algorithm as the function of**data**size.**Time complexity**measures the amount of work done by the. algorithm during solving the problem in the way which is. independent on the implementation and particular input**data**.2

## What is the merge sort?

**Merge sort**is a

**sorting**technique based on divide and conquer technique. With worst-case time complexity being Ο(n log n), it is one of the most respected algorithms.

**Merge sort**first divides the array into equal halves and then combines them in a

**sorted**manner.

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## What is the bucket sort?

**Bucket sort**, or bin

**sort**, is a

**sorting**algorithm that works by distributing the elements of an array into a number of

**buckets**. Each

**bucket**is then

**sorted**individually, either using a different

**sorting**algorithm, or by recursively applying the

**bucket sorting**algorithm.

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## What do you mean by space complexity?

**Space complexity**is a measure of the amount of working storage an algorithm needs. That means how much memory, in the worst case, is needed at any point in the algorithm. As with time

**complexity**, we're mostly concerned with how the

**space**needs grow, in big-Oh terms, as the size N of the input problem grows.

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## What is best case?

In computer science,

**best**, worst, and average**cases**of a given algorithm express what the resource usage is at least, at most and on average, respectively. Usually the resource being considered is running time, i.e. time complexity, but it could also be memory or other resource.6

## What is an insertion sort?

**Insertion sort**is a simple

**sorting**algorithm that builds the final

**sorted**array (or list) one item at a time. It is much less efficient on large lists than more advanced algorithms such as quicksort, heapsort, or merge

**sort**. Efficient for (quite) small data sets, much like other quadratic

**sorting**algorithms.

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## What is the selection sort?

The

**selection sort**is a combination of searching and**sorting**. During each pass, the unsorted element with the smallest (or largest) value is moved to its proper position in the array. The number of times the**sort**passes through the array is one less than the number of items in the array.8

## What is the searching in data structure?

In computer science, a

**search data structure**is any**data structure**that allows the efficient retrieval of specific items from a set of items, such as a specific record from a database. The simplest, most general, and least efficient**search structure**is merely an unordered sequential list of all the items.9

## What is a double ended queue?

**Double**-

**ended queue**. In computer science, a

**double**-

**ended queue**(abbreviated to deque) is an abstract data type that generalizes a

**queue**, for which elements can be added to or removed from either the front (head) or back (tail).

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## What is the asymptotic notation?

**Asymptotic Notations**are languages that allow us to analyze an algorithm's running time by identifying its behavior as the input size for the algorithm increases. This is also known as an algorithm's growth rate.

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## What is the definition of binary search?

**binary search**. (algorithm) Definition:

**Search**a sorted array by repeatedly dividing the

**search**interval in half. Begin with an interval covering the whole array. If the value of the

**search**key is less than the item in the middle of the interval, narrow the interval to the lower half.

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## What is the meaning of linear search?

**Linear search**, also known as

**sequential search**, is a process that checks every element in the list sequentially until the desired element is found. The computational complexity for

**linear search**is O(n), making it generally much less efficient than

**binary search**(O(log n)).

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## What is the circular queue?

**Circular Queue**is a linear data structure in which the operations are performed based on FIFO (First In First Out) principle and the last position is connected back to the first position to make a circle. enQueue(value) This function is used to insert an element into the

**circular queue**.

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## What is the meaning of asymptotic analysis?

**Asymptotic analysis**of an algorithm refers to defining the mathematical boundation/framing of its run-time performance.

**Asymptotic analysis**is input bound i.e., if there's no input to the algorithm, it is concluded to work in a constant time. Other than the "input" all other factors are considered constant.

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## What is the search algorithm?

A

**search algorithm**is the step-by-step procedure used to locate specific data among a collection of data. It is considered a fundamental procedure in computing. In computer science, when**searching**for data, the difference between a fast application and a slower one often lies in the use of the proper**search algorithm**.16

## What is a sequential search in Java?

The simplest type of

**search**is the**sequential search**. In the**sequential search**, each element of the array is compared to the key, in the order it appears in the array, until the desired element is found. If you are looking for an element that is near the front of the array, the**sequential search**will find it quickly.17

## What is linear search in Java?

**Linear search**or

**sequential search**is a method for finding a particular value in a list, that consists of checking every one of its elements, one at a time and in sequence, until the desired one is found.

**Linear search**is the simplest

**search**algorithm.

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## What is meant by searching in C?

Linear

**search in C**programming: The following code implements linear**search**(**Searching**algorithm) which is used to find whether a given number is present in an array and if it is present then at what location it occurs. It is also known as sequential**search**.19

## What is the meaning of random search?

**Random search**(RS) is a family of numerical optimization methods that do not require the gradient of the problem to be optimized, and RS can hence be used on functions that are not continuous or differentiable. Such optimization methods are also known as direct-

**search**, derivative-free, or black-box methods.

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## How do you bubble sort?

**Bubble Sort**: compare two elements at time and swap if the 2nd element is larger than the first.

**Bubble sort**is considered the simplest

**sorting**algorithm. It goes through an entire array and compares each neighboring number. It then swaps the numbers and keeps doing this until the list is in ascending order.