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Sorting Dr. Yingwu Zhu
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Heaps heap  is a binary tree with properties: 1. It is  complete Each level of tree completely filled Except possibly bottom level (nodes in  left most positions) 2. It satisfies  heap-order property Data in each node >= data in children
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Heaps Which of the following are heaps? A B C
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Heaps Maxheap?– by default Minheap?
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Implementing a Heap What data structure is good for its  implementation?
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Implementing a Heap Use an array or vector, why? Number the nodes from top to bottom Number nodes on each row from left to right Store data in i th  node in i th  location of array  (vector)
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Implementing a Heap Note the placement of the nodes in the array
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Implementing a Heap
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Basic Heap Operations Constructor Set  mySize  to 0, allocate array  Empty Check value of  mySize Retrieve max item Return root of the binary tree,  myArray[1]
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Basic Heap Operations Delete max item Max item is the root, replace with last node in tree Then interchange root with larger of two children Continue this with the resulting sub-tree(s) Semiheap:  [1] complete [2] both subtrees are heaps Result called a semiheap
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course CSSE 250 taught by Professor Dr.yingwuzhu during the Spring '11 term at UH Clear Lake.

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