Implement the following sorting algorithms: 1- Selection Sort 2- Bubble Sort 3- Inser...

Implement the following sorting algorithms: 1- Selection Sort 2- Bubble Sort 3- Insertion Sort 4- Merge Sort 5- Quick Sort 6- Heap Sort Define a class “Sorting.h” / .cpp 2. Prepare Data Files Prepare a several text files of integers to be used to test the sorting methods. Our goal is to test the performance of the sorting algorithms. As we have learned in class, by theoretical analysis, the number of elements to be sorted and the original CSCI 2720 Project 3 Page 2 of 5 order of the elements affects the performance of the sorting algorithm. Thus, we will experiment the behavior of the sorting algorithms on various input size and order. Hence, we need to test every algorithm with different input size, as well as, different data order, i.e., data that is in reverse order, in order, random or partially in order. To perform this comparison, we need these files: 1- The file "random.dat" has randomly generated numbers of size 200,000 2- The file "inorder.dat" has 200,000 integers sorted in ascending order. 3- The file "reverse.dat" has 200,000 integers in reverse-order. You may use a random number generator to prepare the above files. Make sure that the numbers are positive integers.

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CSCI 2720
CSCI 2720: Data Structures
Fall Semester, 2016
Project 3
Instructor: Dr. Eman Saleh Due date
12/1/2016 at 11:30PM
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This is a group project so split into groups of maximum 3 students.
Fill in group members in the specified space on the cover page of your report.
Individual work will deduce 5 points from your final grade!
The goal of this project is to practice group work while comparing different sorting algorithms in
terms of running time and number of comparisons.
You will also compare the theoretical analysis complexity with your experiment results! and you
will demonstrate the results using plots.
Project Description:
1. Implement the following sorting algorithms:
1- Selection Sort
2- Bubble Sort
3- Insertion Sort
4- Merge Sort
5- Quick Sort
6- Heap Sort
Define a class “Sorting.h” / .cpp
2. Prepare Data Files
Prepare a several text files of integers to be used to test the sorting methods. Our
goal is to test the performance of the sorting algorithms. As we have learned in
class, by theoretical analysis, the number of elements to be sorted and the original
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order of the elements affects the performance of the sorting algorithm. Thus, we
will experiment the behavior of the sorting algorithms on various input size and
order. Hence, we need to test every algorithm with different input size, as well as,
different data order, i.e., data that is in reverse order, in order, random or partially
in order.
To perform this comparison, we need these files:
1- The file "random.dat" has randomly generated numbers of size 200,000
2- The file "inorder.dat" has 200,000 integers...