By Niklaus Wirth
The booklet is going over essentially vital algorithms and knowledge constructions. it might probably no longer contain the newest and maximum advances, however it continues to be very suitable in today's sensible applications.
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PROCEDURE Search(VAR p, s: ARRAY OF CHAR; m, n: INTEGER; VAR r: INTEGER); (*search for pattern p of length m in text s of length n; m <= Mmax*) (*if p is found, then r indicates the position in s, otherwise r = -1*) VAR i, j, k: INTEGER; d: ARRAY Mmax OF INTEGER; BEGIN j := 0; k := -1; d := -1; (*compute d from p*) WHILE j < m-1 DO WHILE (k >= 0) & (p[j] # p[k]) DO k := d[k] END ; INC(j); INC(k); IF p[j] = p[k] THEN d[j] := d[k] ELSE d[j] := k END END ; i := 0; j := 0; k := 0; (*search p in s*) WHILE (j < m) & (i < n) DO WHILE (j >= 0) & (s[i] # p[j]) DO j := d[j] END ; INC(i); INC(j) END ; IF j = m THEN r := i-m ELSE r := -1 END END Search Analysis of KMP search.
Ds[i-1]. We now recall that dx is defined as the distance of the rightmost occurrence of x in the pattern from the end. This is formally expressed as Ak: M-dx ≤ k < M-1 : p k ≠ x Substituting si for x, we obtain Ah: M-ds[i-1] ≤ h < M-1 : si-1 ≠ ph Ah: 1 < h ≤ ds[i-1] : si-1 ≠ ph-M Ah: 1 < h ≤ ds[i-1] : ~P(i+h-M) The following program includes the presented, simplified Boyer-Moore strategy in a setting similar to that of the preceding KMP-search program. Note as a detail that a repeat statement is used in the inner loop, incrementing k and j before comparing s and p.
PROCEDURE StraightInsertion; VAR i, j: INTEGER; x: Item; BEGIN FOR i := 1 TO n-1 DO x := a[i]; j := i; WHILE (j > 0) & (x < a[j-1] DO a[j] := a[j-1]; DEC(j) END ; a[j] := x END END StraightInsertion Analysis of straight insertion. The number Ci of key comparisons in the i-th sift is at most i-1, at least 1, and -- assuming that all permutations of the n keys are equally probable -- i/2 in the average. The number Mi of moves (assignments of items) is Ci + 2 (including the sentinel). Therefore, the total numbers of comparisons and moves are Cmin = n-1 Cave = (n2 + n - 2)/4 Cmax = (n2 + n - 4)/4 Mmin = 3*(n-1) Mave = (n2 + 9n - 10)/4 Mmax = (n2 + 3n - 4)/2 The minimal numbers occur if the items are initially in order; the worst case occurs if the items are initially in reverse order.