Data Structures Week #6
Special Trees
Outline
Adelson-Velskii-Landis (AVL) Trees
Splay Trees
B-Trees
21.Aralk.2010
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
2
AVL Trees
21.Aralk.2010
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
3
Motivation for AVL Trees
Accessing a node in a BST takes O(log2n) in
Data Structures Week #5
Trees (Aalar)
Trees (Aalar)
Toros Gknar
21.Aralk.2010
Avrupa Gknar
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
2
Trees (Aalar)
21.Aralk.2010
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
3
Outline
Trees
Definitions
Implementation of Trees
Binary Trees
Tree Traversals & Expression
Data Structures Week #1
Introduction
Contents
A Review on C (MM Repr., Operations,
Passing to Functions, etc .)
Strings,
Arrays
Pointers
Types of Function Invocation (Call by Value,
Call by Reference)
Math. Review
November 10, 2006
Fatma Corut Ergin
2
C P
Data Structures Week #2
Algorithm Analysis
&
Recursion
Outline
Need for Efficiency
Big Oh Notation
Analysing the Algorithm
Execution Time Examples
Recurrence Examples
November 10, 2006
Fatma CORUT ERGN
2
Why we need efficient programs
An Optimisation Prob
Data Structures Week #1
Introduction
Contents
A Review on C (MM Repr., Operations,
Passing to Functions, etc .)
Strings,
Arrays
Pointers
Types of Function Invocation (Call by Value,
Call by Reference)
07/11/13
Fatma Corut Ergin
2
C Program Structure
A C p
Data Structures Week #7
Hashing
Outline
Motivation for Hashing
Underlying Idea
Hash Tables
Hash Functions
Separate Chaining
Open Addressing
Rehashing
21.Aralk.2011
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
2
Hashing
21.Aralk.2011
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
3
Motivation for Hashing
K
Data Structures Week #3
Stacks
Outline
Stacks
Operations on Stacks
Array Implementation of Stacks
Linked List Implementation of Stacks
Stack Applications
10/15/12
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
2
Stacks (Ynlar)
A stack is a list of data with the restriction
that dat
Data Structures Week #4
Queues
Outline
Queues
Operations on Queues
Array Implementation of Queues
Linked List Implementation of Queues
Queue Applications
5.Kasm.2009
Borahan Tmer, Ph.D.
2
Queues (Kuyruklar)
A queue is a list of data with the restriction t
CSE225 Data Structures
Fatma Ergin
Summer 2013
Quiz #3(Closed books/notes)
Student Name:_
Student Number:_
Q1. (20+5 = 25pts)
Consider the following AVL tree.
a) Insert 17 to the tree. If any AVL condition violation
exists, show the node and perform the a
CSE225 Data Structures
Fatma Ergin
Spring 2011
Quiz #2(Closed books/notes)
Student Name:_
Student Number:_
Q1. (40pts)
Suppose that you have a piece of code which
i. reads DATASTRUCTURESCLASSMARMARA in,
ii. every time it reads a letter, finds it in a BST
Best Practice: Scale-Resolving
Simulations in ANSYS CFD
Version 2.00
F.R. Menter
ANSYS Germany GmbH
November 2015
Table of Contents
3
1.
Introduction . 4
2.
General Aspects . 5
2.1.
Limitations of Large Eddy Simulation (LES) . 5
Scale-Resolving Simulation
CFD7
Computer Fluid Dynamics
2181106
E181107
Solvers, schemes
SIMPLEx, upwind,
Remark: foils with black background
could be skipped, they are aimed to the
more advanced courses
Rudolf itn, stav procesn a
zpracovatelsk techniky VUT FS 2010
CFD7
FINITE VOLU
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Transport Equations
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Conservation of mass, momentum, energy and other thermodynamic properties are based
on the physical observation of transport processes. Details on the derivation of various transport
equations can be found in standard textbooks [1,
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2-Dimensional Transient Conduction
_
We have discussed basic finite volume methodology applied to 1-dimensional steady and
transient conduction. It was noted that steady state formulation is a special case of transient
formulation and that transient num
ME 485 CFD using FVM
Dr. Cneyt Sert
Grid (Mesh) Terminology
First classification can be structured vs. unstructured grids.
In structured grids all cells can be referenced using a unique (i, j) pair. In 3D (i, j, k) pair. 2D structured grid shown in Fig. 1
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational Fluid
Dynamics
Course Notes
Dr PK Dyson
Sep 2004
Computational Fluid Dynamics
CFD Overview
and
Introduction to CFX
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Introduction
What do you want to know?
What do you need to define?
W
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Convection and Diffusion
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So far, we have neglected the effects of convection in formulating finite volume equation
of generalized transport equation. The convection term is represented by v that represents
transfer of ( ) due to flow velocity V. In th
2012/7/29
Chapter 6
Solution Algorithms for
Pressure-Velocity
Coupling
1
2
1
2012/7/29
The Staggered Grid
u,
v, p
3
The Staggered Grid
4
2
2012/7/29
The Staggered Grid
5
The Staggered Grid
Main control
volume
u-control
volume
v-control
volume
6
3
2012
Viscous fluid flow
Dr. Kirti Sahu
January 23, 2013
1
Energy Equation
First law of thermodynamics
E =Q+W
(1)
where, E=Total energy of the system
Q=Heat added to the system
W =work done on the system
In a moving system
E=Internal+kinetic+potential
Hence,for
Pressure Velocity
Coupling
Arvind Deshpande
Semi-Implicit Method for Pressure
Linked Equations
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Patankar and Spalding - Guess and Correct procedure
for calculation of pressure on staggered grid
arrangement
Initial guess for velocity and p
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Two Dimensional Convection-Diffusion
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Extension to 2-D Convection-Diffusion
Extension of 1-dimensional convection-diffusion formulation to 2-dimensional
convection-diffusion is straightforward. We will discuss 2-dimensional convection-diffusion
formula
What else except Reynolds models (k-, etc.) to simulate turbulence?
LARGE EDDY SIMULATION
LTNT - ETH Zurich
LES
1
Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of Turbulence
The observations of turbulent flows indicate:
- the large scales in turbulence are not chaotic but