Interval Heaps
Complete binary tree.
Each node (except possibly last one) has 2 elements.
Last node has 1 or 2 elements.
Let a and b be the elements in a node P, a <= b.
[a, b] is the interval represe
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Basic Data Structures:
Stacks and Queues
Neil Rhodes
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of California, San Diego
Data Structures
Data Structures and Algorithms
Outline
1 Stacks
Analysis Of Binomial Heaps
Leftist trees O(log n) O(log n) O(log n) Binomial heaps Actual Amortized O(1) O(1) O(n) O(1) O(log n) O(1)
Insert Remove min (or max) Meld
Operations
Insert
Add a new min
Leftist Trees
Linked binary tree. Can do everything a heap can do and in the same asymptotic complexity.
insert remove min (or max) initialize
Can meld two leftist tree priority queues in O(log n) ti
Interval Heaps
Complete binary tree. Each node (except possibly last one) has 2 elements. Last node has 1 or 2 elements. Let a and b be the elements in a node P, a <= b. [a, b] is the interval repres
Double-Ended Priority Queues
Primary operations
Insert Remove Max Remove Min
Note that a single-ended priority queue supports just one of the above remove operations.
General Methods
Dual min and
Improve Run Merging
Reduce number of merge passes.
Use higher order merge. Number of passes = ceil(logk(number of initial runs) where k is the merge order.
More generally, a higher-order merge redu
Improve Run Generation
Overlap input,output, and internal CPU work. Reduce the number of runs (equivalently, increase average run length).
DISK MEMORY DISK
Internal Quick Sort
6 2 8 5 11 10 4 1 9 7 3
Tournament Trees
Winner trees. Loser Trees.
Winner Tree Definition
Complete binary tree with n external nodes and n 1 internal nodes. External nodes represent tournament players. Each internal node re
COP 3530
Data Structures and Algorithms
Credits: 4
Course Catalog Description: Algorithm development using pseudo languages, basic
program structures, program design techniques, storage and manipulati
COP 5536 Advanced Data Structures
Spring 2015
Instructor: Dr. Sartaj K Sahni ([email protected])
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Phone: 352-450-1490
Office: E536 Computer Scienc
Advanced Data Structures
Sartaj Sahni
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What The Course Is About
Study data structures for:
Extern
Improve Run Generation
Overlap input,output, and internal CPU work.
Reduce the number of runs (equivalently, increase average run
length).
DISK
MEMORY
DISK
Internal Quick Sort
6 2 8 5 11 10 4 1 9 7
External Sorting
Adapt fastest internal-sort methods.
Quick sort best average run time.
Merge sort best worst-case run time.
Internal Merge Sort Review
Phase 1
Create initial sorted segments
Natu
Improve Run Generation
Overlap input,output, and internal CPU work.
Reduce the number of runs (equivalently, increase average run
length).
DISK
MEMORY
DISK
Internal Quick Sort
6 2 8 5 11 10 4 1 9 7
Tournament Trees
Winner trees.
Loser Trees.
Winner Tree Definition
Complete binary tree with n external
nodes and n 1 internal nodes.
External nodes represent tournament
players.
Each internal node re
Double-Ended Priority Queues
Primary operations
Insert
Remove Max
Remove Min
Note that a single-ended priority queue
supports just one of the above remove
operations.
General Methods
Dual min an
External Sorting
Sort n records/elements that reside on a disk.
Space needed by the n records is very large.
n is very large, and each record may be large or
small.
n is small, but each record is
Advanced Data Structures
Sartaj Sahni
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What The Course Is About
Study data structures for:
Extern
Graduate
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External Sorting
Sort n records/elements that reside on a disk. Space needed by the n records is very large.
n is very large, and each record may be large or small. n is small, but each record is ve
Digital Search Trees & Binary Tries
Analog of radix sort to searching. Keys are binary bit strings.
Fixed length 0110, 0010, 1010, 1011. Variable length 01, 00, 101, 1011.
Application IP routing, p