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CHAPTER OBJECTIVES Define a

Demonstrate how a

various

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES Define a

**binary search tree**abstract data structureDemonstrate how a

**binary search tree**can be used to solve problems Examinevarious

**binary search tree**implementations Compare**binary search tree**...Page 396

BHW A

added property that the left child is less Key Concept The definition of a

is a ...

BHW A

**BINARY SEARCH TREE**A**binary search tree**is a binary tree with theadded property that the left child is less Key Concept The definition of a

**binary****search tree**is an extension of the definition of a binary tree. A**binary search tree**is a ...

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13.4 Develop an array implementation of a

implementation of a binary tree by using the simulated link strategy. Each

element of the array will need to maintain both a reference to the data element

stored ...

13.4 Develop an array implementation of a

**binary search tree**built upon an arrayimplementation of a binary tree by using the simulated link strategy. Each

element of the array will need to maintain both a reference to the data element

stored ...

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### Contents

Software Development | 2 |

ObjectOriented Design | 30 |

Collections | 83 |

Copyright | |

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