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### 2620001Data Structures

Search Trees

B+ - Tree Structure

- A B+ - Tree is in the form of a balanced tree in which every path from the root of the tree to a leaf of the tree is the same length.
- Each nonleaf node in the tree has between [n/2] and n children, where n is fixed.
- B+ - Trees are good for searches, but cause some overhead issues in wasted space.

B+ Trees: Summary

- Searching:
- logd(n) – Where d is the order, and n is the number of entries

- Insertion:
- Find the leaf to insert into
- If full, split the node, and adjust index accordingly
- Similar cost as searching

- Deletion
- Find the leaf node
- Delete
- May not remain half-full; must adjust the index accordingly

Standard Tries

- The standard trie for a set of strings S is an ordered tree such that:
- Each node but the root is labeled with a character
- The children of a node are alphabetically ordered
- The paths from the external nodes to the root yield the strings of S

- Example: standard trie for the set of strings
S = { bear, bell, bid, bull, buy, sell, stock, stop }

Trie / Suffix Tree

- A tree representing a set of strings.

c

a

{

aeef

ad

bbfe

bbfg

c }

b

e

b

d

e

f

c

f

e

g

Threaded Binary Trees

- Binary trees have a lot of wasted space: the leaf nodes each have 2 null pointers
- We can use these pointers to help us in inorder traversals
- We have the pointers reference the next node in an inorder traversal; called threads
- We need to know if a pointer is an actual link or a thread, so we keep a boolean for each pointer

Threaded Binary Tree Traversal

- We start at the leftmost node in the tree, print it, and follow its right thread
- If we follow a thread to the right, we output the node and continue to its right
- If we follow a link to the right, we go to the leftmost node, print it, and continue

Threaded Tree Traversal

Output

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Follow link to right, go to leftmost node and print

Threaded Tree Traversal

Output

1

3

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8

3

1

5

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11

9

13

Follow link to right, go to leftmost node and print

Threaded Tree Traversal

Output

1

3

5

6

7

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9

6

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1

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9

13

Follow link to right, go to leftmost node and print

Threaded Tree Traversal

Output

1

3

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11

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Follow thread to right, print node

Threaded Tree Traversal

Output

1

3

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11

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6

8

3

1

5

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11

9

13

Follow link to right, go to leftmost node and print

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