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Bottom-Up Splay Trees–Analysis Actual and amortized complexity of join is O(1) . Amortized complexity of search, insert, delete, and split is O(log n) . Actual complexity of each splay tree operation is the same as that of the associated splay. Sufficient to show that the amortized complexity of the splay operation is O(log n) .
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Potential Function size(x) = #nodes in subtree whose root is x . rank(x) = floor(log 2 size(x)) . P(i) = Σ x is a tree node rank(x) . P(i) is potential after i ’th operation. size(x) and rank(x) are computed after i ’th operation. P(0) = 0 . When join and split operations are done, number of splay trees > 1 at times. P(i) is obtained by summing over all nodes in all trees.
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Example size(x) is in red. 20 10 6 8 40 30 1 rank(x) is in blue. Potential = 5 . 2 3 1 2 6 0 1 1 0 1 2
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Example rank(root) = floor(log 2 n) . When you insert, potential may increase by floor(log 2 n)+1 .
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