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G ] has group number g. During sorting, the array V stores group numbers. V[ i ] = g reflects that suffix i is currently in group number g. Furthermore, we employ a conceptual array L that holds the lengths of unsorted groups and combined sorted groups in positions corresponding to their leftmost elements. 2 1 Place the suffixes, represented by the numbers 0, . . , n, in I. Sort the Algorithm S, the basic version of our proposed algorithm. suffixes using xi as the key for i. Set h to 1. 2 For each i ∈ [ 0, n ], set V[ i ] to the group number of suffix i.
3 For each unsorted group or combined sorted group occupying the subarray I[ f. . g ], set L[ f ] to its length or negated length respectively. 4 Process each unsorted group in I with ternary-split Quicksort, using V[ i + h ] as the key for suffix i. 5 Mark splitting positions between non-equal keys in the unsorted groups. 6 Double h. Create new groups by splitting at the marked positions, updating V and L accordingly. 7 If the contents of I is a single combined sorted group, then stop. Otherwise, go to 4.
The table above indicates that the number of words, m, in common novels, is much less than the length of the work in bytes, n. This difference is even greater when one considers the number of distinct words, m . An application directly related to this is natural language text modelling as considered by Teahan. ]. This corresponds exactly to a word suffix tree with the space character as the word delimiter. Teahan concludes that this provides substantial storage savings. In the study of DNA sequences, we may represent a large variety of genetic substructures as words, from representations of single amino acids, up to entire gene sequences.