Define the external path length, Data Structure & Algorithms

Define the External Path Length

The External Path Length E of an extended binary tree is explained as the sum of the lengths of the paths - taken over all external nodes- from the root to every external node.

 

Posted Date: 7/27/2013 5:42:00 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Define the external path length, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Define the external path length, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Define the external path length Discussions

Write discussion on Define the external path length
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
hello, i need help in data mining assignment using sas em and crisp-dm

Consider the digraph G with three vertices P1,P2 and P3 and four directed edges, one each from P1 to P2, P1 to P3, P2 to P3 and P3 to P1. a. Sketch the digraph. b. Find the a

Board coloring , C/C++ Programming


The advantage of list over Arrays is flexibility. Over flood is not a problem until the computer memory is bushed. When the individual record are quite large, it may be difficult t

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF STACK IN C

if two relations R and S are joined, then the non matching tuples of both R and S are ignored in

7. String manipulation 7.a Write a C Program using following string manipulation functions a) strcpy b) strncpy c) strcmp d) strncmp e) strlen f) strcat

Q. Explain that how do we implement two stacks in one array A[1..n] in such a way that neither the stack overflows unless the total number of elements in both stacks together is n.

Q. Compare and contrast various sorting techniques or methods with respect to the memory space and the computing time.