# IKI 10100: Data Structures & Algorithms Ruli Manurung (acknowledgments to Denny & Ade Azurat) 1 Fasilkom UI Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture20.

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IKI 10100: Data Structures & Algorithms Ruli Manurung (acknowledgments to Denny & Ade Azurat) 1 Fasilkom UI Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture20 th Mar 2007 Binary Search Tree

2 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Outline Concept of Binary Search Tree (BST) BST operations Find Insert Remove Running time analysis of BST operations

3 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Binary Search Tree: Properties Elements have keys (no duplicates allowed). For every node X in the tree, the values of all the keys in the left subtree are smaller than the key in X and the values of all the keys in the right subtree are larger than the key in X. The keys must be comparable. X X

4 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 7 2 3 9 15 6 Binary Search Tree: Examples

5 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 3 2 1 3 1 2 2 13 1 3 2 1 2 3 Binary Search Tree: Examples

6 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Basic Operations FindMin, FindMax, Find Insert Remove

7 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 FindMin Find node with the smallest value Algorithm: Keep going left until you reach a dead end! Code: BinaryNode findMin(BinaryNode t) { if (t != null) while (t.left != null) t = t.left; return t; }

8 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 FindMax Find node with the largest value Algorithm: Keep going right until you reach a dead end! Code: BinaryNode findMax(BinaryNode t) { if (t != null) while (t.right != null) t = t.right; return t; }

9 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Find You are given an element to find in a BST. If it exists, return the node. If not, return null. Algorithm? Code? 7 2 3 9 15 6

10 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Find: Implementation BinaryNode find(Type x, BinaryNode t) { while(t!=null) { if(x.compareTo(t.element)<0) t = t.left; else if(x.compareTo(t.element)>0) t = t.right; else return t; // Match } return null; // Not found }

11 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Insertion: Principle When inserting a new element into a binary search tree, it will always become a leaf node. 10 2 3 15 15 6 12 14

12 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Insertion: Algorithm To insert X into a binary search tree: Start from the root If the value of X < the value of the root: X should be inserted in the left sub-tree. If the value of X > the value of the root: X should be inserted in the right sub-tree. Remember that a sub-tree is also a tree. We can implement this recursively!

13 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Insertion: Implementation BinaryNode insert(Type x, BinaryNode t) { if (t == null) t = new BinaryNode (x); else if(x.compareTo(t.element)<0) t.left = insert (x, t.left); else if(x.compareTo(t.element)>0) t.right = insert (x, t.right); else throw new DuplicateItemException(x); return t; }

14 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 8 4 5 12 1 6 3 Removing An Element 5 6 4

15 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Removing An Element: Algorithm If the node is a leaf, simply delete it. If the node has one child, adjust parent’s child reference to bypass the node. If the node has two children: Replace the node’s element with the smallest element in the right subtree and then remove that node, or Replace the node’s element with the largest element in the left subtree and then remove that node Introduces new sub-problems: removeMin: Alternatively, removeMax

16 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Removing Leaf 8 4 5 12 1 6 3

17 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Removing Node With 1 Child 8 4 5 12 1 6 3

18 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Removing Node With 1 Child 8 4 5 12 1 6 3

19 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 removeMin BinaryNode removeMin(BinaryNode t) { if (t == null) throw new ItemNotFoundException(); else if (t.left != null) { t.left = removeMin(t.left); return t; } else return t.right; }

20 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 7 2 3 9 15 4 Removing Node With 2 Children

21 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 7 3 3 9 15 4 Removing Node With 2 Children 2 3

22 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Removing Node With 2 Children 7 2 3 9 15 4 2 3

23 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Removing Root 7 2 3 12 15 4 1014 911 9

24 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Remove BinaryNode remove(Type x, BinaryNode t) { if (t == null) throw new ItemNotFoundException(); if (x.compareTo(t.element)<0) t.left = remove(x, t.left); else if(x.compareTo(t.element)>0) t.right = remove(x, t.right); else if (t.left!=null && t.right != null) { t.element = findMin(t.right).element; t.right = removeMin(t.right); } else { if(t.left!=null) t=t.left; else t=t.right; } return t; }

25 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 SLSL SRSR X k < S L + 1 SLSL SRSR X k == S L + 1 SLSL SRSR X k > S L + 1 Find k-th element

26 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Find k-th element BinaryNode findKth(int k, BinaryNode t) { if (t == null) throw exception; int leftSize = (t.left != null) ? t.left.size : 0; if (k <= leftSize ) return findKth (k, t.left); else if (k == leftSize + 1) return t; else return findKth ( k - leftSize - 1, t.right); }

27 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Analysis Running time for: Insert? Find min? Remove? Find? Average case: O(log n) Worst case: O(n)

28 Ruli Manurung (Fasilkom UI)IKI10100: Lecture 20 th Mar 2007 Binary Search Tree maintains the order of the tree. Each node should be comparable All operations take O(log n) - average case, when the tree is equally balanced. All operations will take O(n) - worst case, when the height of the tree equals the number of nodes. Summary

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