By Harry R. Lewis

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One or more domains, that is, classes of mathematical objects. In the example we have a class key of objects with a linear order, and the class of finite sets of keys. * One or more mathematical operations on elements from the domains. In the example, one operation is to provide a true or false answer to a question of the form "u E S," where u E key and S is a finite set of keys. Another could be to construct S U {u} from S and u. An abstract data type is neither a data structure (though an abstract data type can be implemented by means of a data structure), nor a data type (though in an implementation of an abstract data type in a particular programming language the domains may become data types).

The domains for this abstract data type are the same as those in the example just given: a priority queue is a set of items drawn from a linearly ordered data type key. But in a priority queue the general set-membership operation "u E ST' is not supported; instead only these four operations are available for a priority queue S: 1. 2. 3. 4. Create 0 (the empty set). Determine whether S = 0. Given any u E key, add u to S. Remove and return the smallest element of S. There are a great many ways to implement priority queues, from simple lists in contiguous memory to complicated tree structures.

There are two first-level recursive calls, each on half as much data, and each takes time proportional to the size of its argument, so the total time for the nonrecursive processing at the first level is again proportional to n. The same holds at each subsequent level of recursion. After Ig n levels the argument is small enough that the algorithm solves the problem directly within a constant time bound rather than making a further recursive call, so the total time for all levels is proportional to n log n.

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