## Comparison of Sorting Algorithms

Here we are going to compare the time and space complexity for different sorting algorithms. Time Complexity: Space Complexity: That’s all I have and thanks a lot for reading. Please let me know if any corrections/suggestions. Please do share and comments if you like the post. Thanks in advance… 😉 Read more…

## Heap Sort

Heap sort is one of the fastest sorting algorithms. It uses binary heap data structure and its time complexity is O(Log n). In this sorting algorithm, we first build a heap using the given elements. If we want to sort the elements in ascending order, we create a Min Heap. Read more…

## Quick Sort

Quick sort is one of the efficient sorting that is based on splitting the array into the smaller ones. Like merge sort, quick sort also uses divide and conquer approach to sort the element. It chooses the pivot element and partition the given array. Time complexity of Quick sort is Read more…

## Insertion Sort

Insertion Sort is a simple sorting algorithm.It compares the current element with the largest value in the sorted array. If the current element is greater, then it leaves the element in its place and moves on to the next element else it finds its correct position in the sorted array Read more…

## Merge Sort

Merge Sort one of the most famous sorting algorithm that uses divide and conquer technique. Merge Sort divides the problem into sub problems and those sub problems are further divided into more sub problem and so on. Once the solution is ready, we combine the sub problems and get sorted Read more…

## Selection Sort

Selection sort is noted for its simplicity, specially an in-place comparison sort. It has O(n^2) time complexity, inefficient on larger lists. The algorithm proceeds to find out the minimum element from the list and exchanged with the left most element and similarly finds second minimum element and exchanged with the Read more…

## Bubble Sorting

Bubble sort is one of the simplest sorting algorithms but yet it is powerful. Bubble sort compares the element on the index and if that element is greater than i+1th element, it just swaps the element. The worst and average case time complexity of Bubble sort is O(n^2). Let’s see Read more…

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