java代写-ADS2 2021

ADS2 2021 1 Assessed Exercise 2
Algorithms and Data Structures (ADS2)
Assessed Exercise 2
This exercise has two parts. The first involves implementing in Java the Dynamic Set abstract
data type using two different data structures. The second involves running an empirical study
to compare the performance of each implementation.
Submit the Java sources of your implementations and a short (max 3 pages) report describing
what you have done in each part of the exercise. Your report should include a heading stating
your full name and matriculation number and clear instructions on how to run your code.
Please make sure the report is in pdf format and your sources are not password protected.
Part 1
The Dynamic Set is an abstract data type (ADT) that can store distinct elements, without any
particular order. There are five main operations in the ADT:
 ADD(S,x): add element x to S, if it is not present already
 REMOVE(S,x): remove element x from S, if it is present
 IS-ELEMENT(S,x): check whether element x is in set S
 SET-EMPTY(S): check whether set S has no elements
 SET-SIZE(S): return the number of elements of set S
Additionally, the Dynamic Set ADT defines the following set-theoretical operations:
 UNION(S,T): return the union of sets S and T
 INTERSECTION (S,T): return the intersection of sets S and T
 DIFFERENCE(S,T): returns the difference of sets S and T
 SUBSET(S,T): check whether set S is a subset of set T
Implement in Java the Dynamic Set ADT defined above using
a) a doubly linked list and [9]
b) a binary search tree. [9]
Observe that the ADT implementation should use Java Generics (see Lab 3) and operations
should be in the form s.add(x), s.remove(x), etc. Explain in the report your
implementation, noting the running time (using big Oh notation) of each operation in both
implementations. Note you can use a self-balancing binary tree but no extra marks will be
awarded. Also, you are not allowed to rely on Java library classes in your implementation.
ADS2 2021 2 Assessed Exercise 2
c) Suppose your implementation based on a doubly linked list maintains the list sorted.
Explain in the report what are the implications of such implementation choice on the
complexity of operations ADD and IS-ELEMENT? [2]
d) A naive implementation of operation UNION(S,T) in the implementation based on
BST consists in taking all elements of BST S one by one, and insert them into BST T.
Describe in the report an implementation with a better running time. Use big Oh
notation to indicate running times. [5]
Part 2
a) Compare the two implementations of the Dynamic Set ADT by carrying out the
following empirical study. First, populate (an initially empty) set S with all the
elements from dataset int20k.txt provided on Moodle under Lab/Files. Then,
generate 100 random numbers in the interval [0, 49999]. Finally, for each random
number x record the time taken to execute IS-ELEMENT(S,x). What is the average
running time of IS-ELEMENT over 100 calls in the two implementations of the ADT?
Comment and explain your findings. [3]
b) What is the output of SET-SIZE(S)? [1]
c) What is the height of the BST implementing set S [1]