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Multiple Heap algorithms- exact algorithm to describe?

i am trying to understand heap algorithm, my question is : lets say there is a non-functional algorithm like that of bubble sort, how would i describe bubble sort algorithm and why would it be non-functional and it being said about heap would it be that i would have to use multi heap.
by multi heap i mean a heap which uses two heaps( in this case bubble sort used two heaps)
Thank you!


A non-functional algorithm is one which produces different outputs for a given input, it’s not necessarily one which isn’t functional.
A common way to represent a heap is by a binary tree, where a node is either empty (with no data), or has two children which are swapped. The data is kept in the “parent” node, and the nodes in the tree that contain data are the “leaves”.
To sort a collection of data, one scans the tree, swapping nodes from the rightmost leaves to the leftmost leaves whenever the data in the parent node is less than the data in either child. The idea is that since we’re using a binary tree, the binary recursion tree that results is a complete binary tree.
That said, a common implementation of a heap does not use a binary tree, it’s more complicated than that. For example, I’m just going to write a pseudo-code heap function (in C#):
public List<T