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After a brief introduction to Java, it covers algorithm analysis, integer stacks, generic stacks, queues, lists, recursion, trees, binary search trees, heaps, and hash tables.

2 A binary search tree is a labelled binary tree where for each node of label k, any label in his left (resp.

3 Data structures and algorithms / Binary search tree concept map

Beginning with an overview of software engineering principles, the volume discusses data design and implementations, unsorted and sorted lists, stack and queue, recursion, binary search trees, heaps graphs and sets, and data sorting and search algorithms.

Thanks to the binary search tree insertion algorithm the equivalence classes are in natural bijection with binary search trees.

Topics discussed include abstract data types, the stack, queues, recursion, lists, binary search trees, priority queues, heaps and graphs and sorting and searching algorithms and each chapter includes illustrations and sample code as well as student exercise questions.

right) binary search tree if for any node x labeled by b, each label a of a node in the left subtree of x and each label c of a node in the right subtree of x, the inequality a < b [less than or equal to] c (resp.

This work is a generalization of our earlier results for the random binary search tree which is one specific case of split trees.