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HOUSE WIRING

HOUSE WIRING

HOUSE WIRING. Felicia Castro Olga Kadyra. STAGES OF HOUSE WIRING. There are three stages for house wiring: Underground stage Rough stage Electrical stage. From the power company , we get : two hot wires one neutral wire . The two major voltages available in our homes are : 115 V AC

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HOUSE WIRING

HOUSE WIRING

HOUSE WIRING. Felicia Castro Olga Kadyra. STAGES OF HOUSE WIRING. There are three stages for house wiring: Underground stage Rough stage Electrical stage. From the power company , we get : two hot wires one neutral wire . The two major voltages available in our homes are : 115 V AC

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They're Red Hot

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Red-Black Trees. Definitions and Bottom-Up Insertion. Red-Black Trees. Definition: A red-black tree is a binary search tree in which: Every node is colored either Red or Black. Each NULL pointer is considered to be a Black “node”. If a node is Red, then both of its children are Black.

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Red-Black Trees

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Red- Black Trees

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Red Black Trees

Red Black Trees. Top-Down Insertion. Review of Bottom-Up Insertion. In B-Up insertion, “ordinary” BST insertion was used, followed by correction of the tree on the way back up to the root This is most easily done recursively

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Red-Black Trees

Red-Black Trees

Red-Black Trees. CS 583 Analysis of Algorithms. Outline. Red-Black Trees Definitions Rotations Augmenting Data Structures Definitions Dynamic order statistics Determining the rank of an element Maintaining subtree sizes. Definitions.

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Red-Black Trees. CS302 Data Structures Dr. George Bebis. Red-Black Trees. Binary search tree with an additional attribute for its nodes: color which can be red or black Constrains the way nodes can be colored on any path from the root to a leaf.

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