## Data Structures and Algorithms in JavaThe third edition of this conceptually elegant and pedagogically innovative text continues to incorporate the object-oriented design paradigm, using Java as the implementation language, while also providing intuition and analysis of fundamental data structures and algorithms. All of this is done in a clear, friendly writing style that uses visuals to introduce and simplify important analytic and mathematical concepts. * Entirely new chapter on recursion * Additional exercises on the analysis of simple algorithms * New case study on parenthesis matching and HTML validation |

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When inserting key k, we splay the newly created internal node where k gets

inserted. For example, the splaying in Figures 9.16 and 9.17 would be performed

if 14 were the newly inserted key. We show a sequence of insertions in a

When inserting key k, we splay the newly created internal node where k gets

inserted. For example, the splaying in Figures 9.16 and 9.17 would be performed

if 14 were the newly inserted key. We show a sequence of insertions in a

**splay****tree**...Page 442

When deleting a node v from a

ancestors of v are decreased. Thus, the total variation of r(T) caused by the

deletion is negative, and we do not need to make any payment to maintain the

invariant when ...

When deleting a node v from a

**splay tree**with n keys, the ranks of all theancestors of v are decreased. Thus, the total variation of r(T) caused by the

deletion is negative, and we do not need to make any payment to maintain the

invariant when ...

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Draw an example red-black tree that is not an AVL tree. Consider a tree T storing

100,000 entries. What is the worst-case height of T in the following cases? a. T is

an AVL tree. T is a (2,4) tree. T is a red-black tree. T is a

Draw an example red-black tree that is not an AVL tree. Consider a tree T storing

100,000 entries. What is the worst-case height of T in the following cases? a. T is

an AVL tree. T is a (2,4) tree. T is a red-black tree. T is a

**splay tree**. T is a binary ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Java Programming | 2 |

ObjectOriented Design | 56 |

Analysis Tools | 100 |

Copyright | |

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### Other editions - View all

Data Structures and Algorithms in Java Michael T. Goodrich,Roberto Tamassia,Michael H. Goldwasser Limited preview - 2014 |

Data Structures and Algorithms in Java Michael T. Goodrich,Roberto Tamassia No preview available - 2010 |

### Common terms and phrases

Abstract Data Type array AVL tree big-Oh binary search tree BTPosition bucket array Code Fragment computing constructor data structure define denote deque Describe dictionary double doubly linked list edges element stored empty entry with key Euler tour example execution external node Figure function given heap height Input insert instance variables integer interface isBmpty iterator Java program left child list structure loop merge-sort method null number of elements number of nodes O(log Output parameter perform position postorder traversal preorder traversal priority queue problem proper binary tree Proposition protected void pseudo-code public boolean public class public Object public static public void queue ADT quick-sort recursive call red-black tree reference remove removeMin right child root runs in O(n Section sequence shown in Code singly linked list skip list splay tree splaying stack statement string subtree takes O(1 throws InvalidPositionException update vertex vertices worst-case