AVLTree-restructure

AVLTree-restructure - void AVLTree:restructure(AVLNode*n...

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void AVLTree::restructure(AVLNode *n) { // balance tree starting at node n // Find "z" that is the first unbalanced node starting at "z". AVLNode *z = n->parent; while(z != NULL) { // while w not reach root // Find parent of unbalanced tree int hleft = 0; if(z->left != NULL) { hleft = z->left->height; } int hright = 0; // height right child if(z->right != NULL) { hright = z->right->height; } int hdiff = hleft - hright; if(hdiff < 0) hdiff = -hdiff; // make diff absolute // Check if z is unbalanced if(hdiff <= 1) { // z is balanced TO BE CONTINUED... // Recompute height of z just in case it was modified with a rotation previously. if(hleft>hright) { z->height = 1+hleft; } else { z->height = 1+ hright; } // test if z is unbalanced if(diff <= 1) { // z is balanced z = z->parent; continue;
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} // At this point z is parent of an unbalanced subtree // Find y, y is the child of z that has highest height. AVLNode *y = NULL; int maxh = 0; if(z->left != NULL) { y = z->left; maxh = y->height; } if(z->right != NULL && maxh < z->right->height) { y = z->right; maxh = y->height; } // Find x. x is the child of z with highest height AVLNode *x = NULL; maxh = 0; if(y->left != NULL) { x = y->left; maxh = x->height; } if(y->right != NULL && maxh < y->right->height)
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