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CMPT 225 Red–black trees

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Red-black Tree Structure A red-black tree is a BST! Each node in a red-black tree has an extra color field which is red or black In addition false nodes are added so that every (real) node has two children These are pretend nodes, they don’t have to have space allocated to them These nodes are colored black We do not count them when measuring a height of nodes Nodes have an extra reference to their parent

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Red-black Tree Properties 1 – Every node is either red or black 2 – Every leaf is black This refers to the pretend leaves In implementation terms, every null child of a node considered to be a black leaf 3 – If a node is red both its children must be black 4 – Every path from a node to its descendent leaves contains the same number of black nodes 5 – The root is black (mainly for convenience)

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879365 Example of RB tree 47328271

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RB Trees: Data structure public class TreeNode { public enum Color {red, black} private T item; private TreeNode leftChild; private TreeNode rightChild; private TreeNode parent; private Color color; // constructors, accessors, mutators... }

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Red-black Tree Height The black height of a node, bh(v), is the number of black nodes on any path from v to a leaf (not counting the pretend node). Remember that every path from a node to a leaf contains the same number of black nodes The height of a node, h(v), is the number of nodes on the longest path from v to a leaf (not counting the pretend node). Let bh be the black height of the tree (root) and h the height of the tree (root)

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Analysis of Red-black Tree Height Assume that a tree has n internal nodes An internal node is a non-leaf node (a node containing a value), remember that the leaf nodes are just pretend nodes Claim: The tree will have h 2*log(n+1) A tree has at least 2 bh – 1 internal (real) nodes, i.e., n 2 bh – 1 Proof by MI bh h / 2 (from property 3 of a RB-tree) Hence, n 2 h/2 – 1 log(n + 1) h / 2 (+1 and take log 2 of both sides) h 2*log(n + 1) (multiply by 2)

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Rotations An item must be inserted into a red-black tree at the correct position The shape of any particular tree is determined by: the values of the items inserted into the tree the order in which those values are inserted A tree’s shape can be altered by rotation while still preserving the bst property

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Left Rotation xz ACB Left rotate(x) z A C B x

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Right Rotation x z A CB z ACB Right rotate(z) x

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Left Rotation Example Perform a left rotation of the node with the value 32, which we will call x 47813213403744 - Make a reference to the right child of x z x x z A C B z A C B x

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Left Rotation Example Perform a left rotation of the node with the value 32, which we will call x 47813213403744 - Make a reference to the right child of x z - Make z’s left child x’s right child - Detach z’s left child x x z A C B z A C B x

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Left Rotation Example Perform a left rotation of the node with the value 32, which we will call x 47813213403744 - Make a reference to the right child of x z - Make z’s left child x’s right child - Detach z’s left child - Make x the left child of z - Make z the child of x’s parent x x z A C B z A C B x

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Left Rotation Example Perform a left rotation of the node with the value 32, which we will call x 47813213403744 - Make a reference to the right child of x z - Make z’s left child x’s right child - Detach z’s left child - Make x the left child of z - Make z the child of x’s parent x x z A C B z A C B x

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Left Rotation Example After Performing a left rotation of the node with the value 32 47814032441337 x x z A C B z A C B x z

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Left Rotation: Algorithm TreeNode leftRotate(TreeNode x) // returns a new root of the subtree originally rooted in x // (that is: returns a reference to z) // Pre: rigth child of x is a proper node (with value) { TreeNode z = x.getRight(); x.setRight(z.getLeft()); // Set parent reference if (z.getLeft() != null) z.getLeft().setParent(x); z.setLeft(x); //move x down z.setParent(x.getParent()); // Set parent reference of x if (x.getParent() != null) //x is not the root if (x == x.getParent().getLeft()) //left child x.getParent().setLeft(z); else x.getParent().setRight(z); x.setParent(z); return z; }

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Right Rotation Example 478132134072937 Perform a right rotation of the node with the value 47, which we will call z - Make a reference to the left child of z x x z A CB z A C B x

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Right Rotation Example 478132134072937 Perform a right rotation of the node with the value 47, which we will call z - Make a reference to the left child of z - Make x’s right child z’s left child -D-Detach x’s right child x x z A CB z A C B x

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Right Rotation Example 478132134072937 Perform a right rotation of the node with the value 47, which we will call z - Make a reference to the left child of z - Make x’s right child z’s left child - Detach x’s right child - Make z the left child of x x x z A CB z A C B x

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Right Rotation Example Perform a right rotation of the node with the value 47, which we will call z - Make a reference to the left child of z - Make x’s right child z’s left child - Detach x’s right child - Make z the left child of x - In this case, make x the new root x 473213740293781 x z A CB z A C B x

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RB Tree: Operations Search: the same as Search for BST (cannot spoil RB properties) Insertion: first insert with BST insertion algorithm, then fix RB properties Deletion: first delete with BST deletion algorithm, then fix RB properties To fix use: rotate operations recoloring of nodes -> neither of them will spoil the BST property Demonstration of Red/Black Tree operations: http://www.ece.uc.edu/~franco/C321/html/RedBlack/

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Red-black Tree Insertion First perform the standard BST insertion Color the inserted node x with color red The only r-b property that can be violated is #3, that both a red node’s children are black If x’s parent p is black, we are done Assume it’s red: If x’s uncle is red, recolor x’s parent, its parent and uncle, and continue recursively If x’s uncle is black, first make sure x is left child (left_rotate in p if necessary); second right_rotate in parent of p

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x’s uncle is red

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x’s uncle is black Assuming that p is left child of its parent, in the other case, everything is symmetric x p left_rotate on p right_rotate on p^2[x]

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