Operations and use of Binary Trees

By | July 14, 2020

This post talks about what are the basic & auxiliary operations supported by a binary tree, Finally, we will also take a look at applications where binary are used.

Operations on Binary Trees:

Basic Operations:

Auxiliary Operations:

  • Finding the size of the tree
  • Finding the height of the tree
  • Finding level which has a maximum sum
  • Finding the least common ancestor (LCA) for a given pair of nodes and many more.

Applications of Binary Trees:

Below are some of the applications where binary trees usually play an important role:

  • Expression trees are used in compilers
  • Huffman coding trees, usually that are used in data compression algorithms
  • Binary Search Tree (BST) which supports search, insertion, and deletion on a collection of items in O (log n) average
  • Priority Queue (PQ) which supports search and delete of minimum and maximum on a collection of items in logarithmic time in the worst case.

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That’s all about Operations and use of Binary Trees
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