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|Order of tree and order of leaf node|
|25/12/2015 9:47 am by vvv in Programming Languages|
I was reading the book Fundamentals Of Database Systems by Navathe.
The book mentions the order of internal nodes and order of the leaf
In other sources I found the order of tree to be only given.
In those cases can I assume that order of leaf node is same as the
|In-Order, Post-Order, and Pre-Order Tree Traversal|
| by rainy in Programming Languages|
I need help understanding how these traversals
this page they have the code for these tree traversals, but I don't
quite get it. For example, printing using the in-order traversal
(using the example tree provid
|Sorting in alpabetical order under a tree node|
| by Niels Kloster in Programming Languages|
i have a windows explorer type of application in JAVA with
tree on LHS and the corresponding view on RHS.There are some static
nodes in the tree under which i can add the nodes(of that type)at run
i wanted them to be in the sorted order under that node
when they are added...i.
|What are the minimum number of keys a node must contain for a B Tree of order n?|
| by cthulhup in Programming Languages|
I have two books of Data Structures.In two books, there is two
different approach of B-Tree insertion:
Suppose i want to
inset a value k into a B-Tree.
after searching for a appropriate
leaf node to insert the value k, values present in the particular leaf
node is counted. If lea
|What is the appropriate post order travetse in a 'tree' where node can have more parents?|
|30/11/2014 9:10 am by Ben in Programming Languages|
I have a graph that is like a tree, node can have 'left child',
'right child' relationship, but instead of 'parent' it can have
'parents', so instead of one, more parents can exist.
Normally post order traverse go from down to up, from left to
right. I want to keep this good behaviour.
|Post-order Tree Walk without marking node?|
| by Eric in Programming Languages|
I saw a question which is asking designing algorithm for
"Post-order Tree Walk without marking node".
this question mean?
|Bin Tree Post Order Traversal, No recursion, no node flag|
| by goffi in Programming Languages|
Is there another way to do this? Just spent 2 hours trying to
figure it out. I have a solution (see DumpPostOrder below) however, is
there is a better or more efficient method? It feels like there may
be. Rules are - no recursion, and the nodes cannot have a visited
flag. Ie, you can only use lef
|How can I calculate the level of a node in a perfect binary tree from its depth-first order index?|
| by deshao in Programming Languages|
I have a perfect binary tree, i.e. each node in the tree is either
a leaf node, or has two children, and all leaf nodes are on the same
level. Each node has an index in depth-first order.
in a tree with 3 levels the root node has index 0, the first child has
1, the first child o
|tree traverse recursive in level-first order and depth-first order|
| by evisseliaib in Programming Languages|
Is there any algorithm can traverse a tree recursively in
level-first order and non-recursively in postorder.Thanks a lot.
|construct a binary tree from in-order and level-order traversal|
| by Bjørn Lyngwa in Programming Languages|
Firstly, I'd like to state this is not a homework. I'm preparing an
interview and encountering this problem. I guess we can pass the
definition of in-order and level-order traversal. :-).