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For example lOOn = O(n) although lOOn 2 n, n = R(100n) although n 5 lOOn and n = Q(100n) although n # 100n. 5 Examples The above 0,SZ and Q notations are not only used to describe the time complexity of an algorithm; they are so general that they can be applied to characterize the asymptotic behavior of any other resource measure, say the amount of space used by an algorithm. Theoretically, they may be used in conjunction with any abstract function. For this reason, we will not attach any measures or meanings with the functions in the examples that follow.

6 In general, let f(n)= (3knk + uk-lnk-l + . . u1n ao. Recall that this implies that f(n)= O(nk)and f ( n )= n(nk)>. It follows that f(n) is not s(n). 8 Since logn' = 2logn, we immediately see that logn' Q(1ogn). In general, for any fized constant k, lognk = Q(logn). 9 = Any constant function is U(l),i2(1) and 0(1). n+1). This is an example of many functions that satisfy f ( n )= Q ( f ( n4- 1)). 11 In this example, we give a monotonic increasing function f ( n ) such that f(n)is not n(f(n + 1)) and hence not Q ( f ( n+ 1)).

Equivalently, in the analysis of algorithms terminology, we may refer t o this asymptotic time using the more technical term “time complexity”. Now, suppose that we have two algorithms A1 and A2 of running times in the order of nlogn. Which one should we consider to be preferable to the other? Technically, since they have the same time complexity, we say that they have the same running time within a multiplicative constant, that is, the ratio between the two running times is constant. In some + Tame Complexity 23 cases, the constant may be i m p o ~ a n and t more detailed analysis of the algorithm or conducting some experiments on the behavior of the algorithm may be helpful.