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Shell's increment sequence is an improvement over the insertion sort (although better sequences are known)
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Running time (milliseconds) of the insertion sort and Shellsort for various increment sequences
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summary of Shellsort's performance with three different choices of increment sequences is shown in Figure 95
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In the worst case, Shell's increments give quadratic behavior
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The running time of Shellsort depends heavily on the choice of increment sequences, and in general the proofs can be rather involved The averagecase analysis of Shellsort is a long-standing open problem except for the most trivial increment sequences When Shell's increments are used, the worst case is O(N2) This bound is achievable if N is an exact power of 2, all the large elements are in evenindexed array positions, and all the small elements are in odd-indexed array positions When the final pass is reached, all the large elements will still be in the even-indexed array positions, and all the small elements will still be in the odd-indexed array positions A calculation of the number of remaining inversions shows that the final pass will require quadratic time The fact that this is the worst that can happen follows from the fact that an hk-sort consists of hk insertion sorts of roughly Nthk elements Thus the cost of each pass is O(hk(Nlhk)2), O(N21hk)When we sum this cost over all the passes, we or obtain O(N2Chk)The increments are roughly a geometric series, so the sum is bounded by a constant The result is a quadratic worst-case running time We can also prove via a complex argument that when N is an exact power of 2 the average running time is O(N312) Thus, on average, Shell's increments give a significant improvement over insertion sort
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1 / / Shellsort 2 template <class Comparable> 3 void shellsort( vector<Comparable> & a ) 4 I 5 for( int gap = asize( ) / 2; gap > 0; 6 gap = gap == 2 1 : static-cast<int>( gap / 22 7 for( int i = gap; i < asize( ) ; i++ )
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A minor change to the increment sequence can prevent the quadratic worst case from occurring If we divide gap by 2 and it becomes even, we can add 1 to make it odd We can then prove that the worst case is not quadratic but only O(N3/2)Although the proof is complicated, the basis for it is that in this new increment sequence, consecutive increments share no common factors (whereas in Shell's increment sequence they do) Any sequence that satisfies this property (and whose increments decrease roughly geometrically) will have a worst-case running time of at most O(N3/')2 The average performance of the algorithm with these new increments is unknown but seems to be O(N5/4), based on simulations A third sequence, which performs well in practice but has no theoretical basis, is to divide by 22 instead of 2 This divisor appears to bring the average running time to below O(N514)-perhaps to O(N7/6)-but this case is completely unresolved For 100,000 to 1,000,000 items, it typically improves performance by about 25 to 35 percent over Shell's Increments, although nobody knows why A Shellsort implementation with this increment sequence is coded in Figure 96 The complicated code at line 6 is necessary to avoid setting gap to 0 If that happens, the algorithm is broken because we never see a 1-sort Line 6 ensures that, if gap is about to be set to 0, it is reset to 1 3