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You are to submit a paper that discusses the results of your analysis. Your paper should include the following items:

* A brief introduction of the sorting algorithm that you have selected and how the two versions of the algorithm compare including:
o High-level pseudocode for the sorting algorithms
o A Big-Θ analysis of the two versions of the algorithm
o An explanation of your approach to avoiding the problems associated with JVM warm-up
o A discussion of the critical operation that you chose to count with an explanation of why you selected it
* An analysis of the results of your study, which should include:
o graph of critical operations for both algorithms and one for the execution times
o a comparison of the performance of the two versions of the algorithm
o a comparison of the critical operation results and the actual execution time measurements
o a discussion of the significance of the coefficient of variance results and how it reflects the data sensitivity of your algorithm
o how your results compare to your Big-Θ analysis
* A conclusion that summarizes the important observations of your study

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1. A brief introduction of the sorting algorithm that you have selected and how the two versions of the algorithm compare including:
a. High-level pseudocode for the sorting algorithms
i. Recursive
Function recursive (list: array, start: integer, end: interger )
Declare p is integer
Set p = pivot of a part of list which is started from ‘start’ and end at ‘end’
Put all items that are smaller than p to the left of p in the list
Put all items that are bigger than p to the right of p in the list
If start < p -1 then
Call recursive(list, start, p - 1)
End if
If end > p then
recursive(list, p, end);
End if
End function
ii. Iterative
Function iterative (list: array, start: integer, end: interger )
Crate a stack of indices of item in the list
Push start to stack
Push stop to stack
While stack is not empty do...

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