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By Uwe Schöning

In kompakter shape macht das Buch mit den wesentlichen Themen vertraut, die in einer Vorlesung ?ber Algorithmen behandelt werden. Im Mittelpunkt stehen dabei die verschiedensten sequentiellen Algorithmen, deren Komplexit?tsanalyse und allgemeine Algoithmen-Paradigma. Prof. Sch?ning gelingt es, kurz, konkret und verst?ndlich die wichtigsten algorithmischen Aufgabenstellungen (Selektion, Sortieren, Hashing), Algorithmen auf Graphen, algebraische und zahlentheoretische Verfahren zu behandeln. Hinzu kommen heuristische Algorithmenprinzipien wie z.B. genetisches Programmieren.

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The method is invoked again at line 13, this time searching for the target 45. The value is not found in the array, so the method returns a negative number, k = –4. When this happens, the index i = –k – 1 will be the position in the array where the target element should be inserted to maintain the ascending order of the array. Note that, in this case, i = –k – 1 = 3, and 45 should be inserted at a[3] since there are three elements in the array that are less than 45. fill() method works: It filled the eight-element array b[] with the argument 55.

After the correct position i has been located for x, the insert() method shifts the elements that are greater than x one position to the right. arraycopy(a, i, a, i+1, n-i); 46 CHAP. 1 Making room for the new element at line 8. The arraycopy() method is a static method in the System class. It is usually the most efficient way to copy elements between arrays or within a single array. Its five arguments are: the source array, the index of the first element to be copied from the source array, the destination array, the index in the destination array where the first element is to be copied, and the number of elements to be copied.

These are arrays that can be sorted. 28 ARRAYS [CHAP. 2. println("}"); } 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 } The output is: {22, {22, {AB, {AB, {AB, {AB, 44, 66, 88} 44, 66, 88} CD, EF} CD, EF} XYZ, EF} CD, EF} The array a[] contains four int elements. The array b[] is a duplicate of a[]. Similarly, the array d[] is a duplicate of the array c[], each containing three String elements. In both cases, the duplication is obtained by invoking the clone() method. Since it returns a reference to an Object, it must be cast to the array type being duplicated, int[] or String[].

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