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For n0 = 1 and c = 8 we need to prove that (n + I ) 3 < = 8n 3 with n > = 1. In fact, (n + l ) 3 < = n 3 + 3n 2 + 3n + 1 and for n >= 1 we have that n 3 > = n2, n2 > = n and n2 >= 1. Therefore n 3 + 3n 2 + 3n + 1 < = n 3 + 3n 3 + 3n 3 + n3 = 8n3 (2) The function (n + l ) 3 can also be considered "Big-0 of a n2 fraction", for instance, O(n 3 /1000). In fact, let n0 = 1 and c = 8000, if n >= 1 we have: (n + l ) 3 < = 8000 ( n 3 / 1 0 0 ) = 8 n 3 From the above examples we derive the properties for the manipulation of T(n) listed below.

If T{n) =n3 + 2n and /(n) = n 3 then f(n) is a tight limit of T(n) and is also simple (n 3 is simple but n 3 and n3 +n are not). 3. Rule of the Sum Suppose that Ti(n) is 0(fi(n)) and that T2(n) is 0(f2(n)) and suppose that / 2 grows less quickly than f\ (that is that f2(n) is 0 ( / i ( n ) ) ) . We conclude that Ti(n) + T 2 (n) = 0(fi(n)). Example The following fragment program transforms the matrix A into a matrix in which the diagonal elements have i value (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) cin > > n; for (i = l;i <— n; i ++) for (j = l;j <=n;i ++) A[i,j]=0; for (i = l;i <= n;i + + ) A[i,i] =i; Let us compute the execution times of each line.

Although this is a more realistic measure of the performance of a program, it is more difficult to measure with respect to the worst-case execution time. In fact the average execution time requires that all the data of dimension n has the same probability to be executed. 1. The Execution the Dimension Time of a Program of the Data as Function of As an example, let us calculate the execution time of the C + + code frag­ ment (only the most internal loop) of a Bubble Sort algorithm. The purpose of the fragment is to "exchange" the element a[i] with a [ i + l ] if a[i] is greater than a [ i + l ] .

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