CC2203-Les12TreeII-for-viewing

CC2203-Les12TreeII-for-viewing - 12-1/46Lesson 12: Tree...

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Unformatted text preview: 12-1/46Lesson 12: Tree II12-2/46Definition Of Binary Search Tree• A binary tree.• Each node has a (key, value) pair.• For every node x, all keys in the left subtree of x are smaller than the key in x.• For every node x, all keys in the right subtree of x are greater than the key in x.12-3/46Example Binary Search Tree201062815403025Only keys are shown.Insert 20, 10, 6, 2, 8, 15, 40, 30, 2512-4/46The Operation get()201062815403025Complexity is O(height)12-5/46The Operation get()public Object get(Object theKey) {// pointer p starts at root and moves looking for theKeyBinaryTreeNode p = root;Comparable searchKey = (Comparable) theKey;while (p != null)// examine p.element.keyif (searchKey.compareTo(((Data) p.element).key) < 0)p = p.leftChild;elseif (searchKey.compareTo(((Data) p.element).key) > 0)p = p.rightChild;else // found matching elementreturn ((Data) p.element).element;// no matching elementreturn null;}demo: javac dataStructures\BinarySearchTree.javajava dataStructures.BinarySearchTree40201062815302512-6/46The Operation put()201062815403025Put a pair whose key is 35.3512-7/46The Operation put()Put a pair whose key is 7.20106281540302535712-8/46The Operation put()201062815403025Put a pair whose key is 18.3571812-9/46The Operation put()201062815403025Complexity of put() is O(height).3571812-10/46The Operation put()public Object put(Object theKey, Object theElement) {BinaryTreeNode p = root, // search pointerpp = null; // parent of pComparable elementKey = (Comparable) theKey;// find place to insert theElementwhile (p != null) {// examine p.element.keypp = p;// move p to a childif (elementKey.compareTo(((Data) p.element).key) < 0)p = p.leftChild;else if (elementKey.compareTo(((Data) p.element).key) > 0)p = p.rightChild;else {// overwrite element with same keyObject elementToReturn = ((Data) p.element).element;((Data) p.element).element = theElement;return elementToReturn;}}201062815403025357Insert 18ppppppppppppdemo: javac dataStructures\BinarySearchTree.javajava dataStructures.BinarySearchTree12-11/46The Operation put()// get a node for theElement and attach to ppBinaryTreeNode r = new BinaryTreeNode(new Data(elementKey, theElement));if (root != null)// the tree is not emptyif (elementKey.compareTo(((Data) pp.element).key) < 0)pp.leftChild = r;elsepp.rightChild = r;else // insertion into empty treeroot = r;return null;}20106281540302535718Insert 18pppr12-12/46The Operation remove()Three cases:sElement is in a leaf....
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2011 for the course COMP 3868 taught by Professor Keithchan during the Summer '97 term at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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