# Amortized analysis

In the amortized analysis of an algorithm, we average the time required to execute a sequence of operations with all the operations of the algorithm. This is called amortized analysis. Amortized analysis is important when we are not interested in the time complexity of individual operations but we are interested in the average runtime of sequences of operations. In an algorithm, each operation requires a different amount of time to execute. Certain operations require significant amounts of time and resources while some operations are not costly at all. In amortized analysis, we analyze algorithms considering both the costly and less costly operations in order to analyze all the sequences of operations. So, an amortized analysis is the average performance of each operation in the worst case considering the cost of the complete sequence of all the operations. Amortized analysis is different from average-case analysis since the distribution of the input values is not...