Implement a MaxHeap and HeapSort. Ive provided some sample code and input files
[url removed, login to view] <- main method to try your implementation
inputs <- folder with several sample inputs
[url removed, login to view] <- the actual implementation )only file you have to modify)
[url removed, login to view] <- header file
• To compile, run
$ g++ -o heapsort [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view]
• To test your implementation with a sample input file, run
$ ./heapsort inputs/input.10.1
This will test a few methods (you need to check the maxheap after each step manually), and run heapsort (the code will check whether the output is sorted automatically).
• To test your implementation with all sample files with one command, tun
time for f in inputs/[url removed, login to view]*; do echo $f; ./heapsort $f; done
The command time will let you know how long it took to run the code. You may want to store the output in a file so that you can look at it carefully:
time for f in inputs/[url removed, login to view]*; do echo $f; ./heapsort $f; done > output
As well as:
• Implement and test additional methods. For example, implement and test deleteMin, decreaseKey,
• Optimize your code to run fast. The fastest submissions (top 5)
Also, include a brief README file explaining what you did, especially if you implemented some of the suggestions for extra
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