Implementation Of Bubble Sort Algorithm On 2 Fruit Models Of Data Selection Using The Java Program Language

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Endang Sunandar

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There are various kinds of data sorting methods that we know of which are the Bubble Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick Sort, Shell Sort, Heap Sort, and Radix Sort methods. All of these methods have advantages and disadvantages of each, whose use is determined based on needs. Each method has a different algorithm, where different algorithms affect the execution time. One interesting algorithm to be implemented on 2 variant models of data sorting is the Bubble Sort algorithm, the reason is that this algorithm has a fairly long and detailed process flow to produce an ordered data sequence from a previously unordered data sequence. Two (2) data sorting variant models that will be implemented using the Bubble Sort algorithm are: Ascending data sorting variants moving from left to right, and Descending data sorting variants moving from left to right. And the device used in implementing the Bubble Sort algorithm is the Java programming language.

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Sunandar, E. (2021). Implementation Of Bubble Sort Algorithm On 2 Fruit Models Of Data Selection Using The Java Program Language. Petir, 14(2), 159 - 169. https://doi.org/10.33322/petir.v14i2.946
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