I am using a proper binary tree to simulate a tournament bracket. It's preferred any competitors in the bracket that are teammates don't meet each other until the later rounds. What is an efficient ...
I decided to learn about balanced search trees, so I picked 2-3-4 and splay trees. What are the examples of splay trees usage in the real world? In this Cornell: ...
I am educating myself on algorithms and data structures. For that, I am doing a simple program that would read lines like this: bdhj 168.24 dahf 42.88 dhfa 128.92 First column represents an account ...
My understanding is that one of the key features of a B-Tree (and a B+Tree) is that it is designed such that the size of its nodes are some multiple of the block size of whatever media the data is ...
Take the following tree: 50 40 30 20 10 Which node will be balanced first? 50 or 30 Case 1: 50 The tree is 30 20 40 ...
I'm learning Haskell and as an exercise I'm making binary trees. Having made a regular binary tree, I want to adapt it to be self balancing. So: Which is most efficient? Which is easiest to ...