AVL Tree: The Meaning Behind AVL

To delete an element from an AVL tree, one must search for the element and then remove it. It’s important to note that the height of an AVL tree is consistently O(Logn), with n representing the number of nodes in the tree, as demonstrated in this video lecture. Question: A self-balancing binary search tree is […]

Creating a vector in C++: A Guide

Indexing in Vectors As previously stated, vectors are containers of sequential items, allowing access to each item based on its index. Unlike C arrays, which have a static and fixed size, vectors are dynamic containers that store collections of data elements sequentially. Located in STL, sets are associative containers where each element must be unique […]

Distinguishing between directed and undirected graphs

I’ve noticed that directed graphs feature arrows, but what’s the significance of these arrows compared to undirected graphs that lack them?” In a directed graph, the arrows indicate the direction of the data flow, while in an undirected graph, the data flows bidirectionally. Question: Can you distinguish these basic types from one another? I have […]

Integrating Graph-Based Data Structure in Rust

Initially, it is important to establish the definition of a tree. Additionally, it is crucial to include data at the nodes, as a tree without data is not very practical. In Rust programming language, it is possible to store either a reference to the parent, which would prevent mutation, or a list of child nodes, […]