Data structures I


Updated On 02 Feb, 19


Introduction to data structures - Data Structures: List as abstract data type - Introduction to linked list - Data Structures: Arrays vs Linked Lists - Linked List - Implementation in C/C++,Linked List in C/C++:Inserting a node at beginning,Insert a node at nth position,Delete a node at nth position - Reverse a linked list - Iterative method - Print elements of a linked list in forward and reverse order using recursion - Reverse a linked list using recursion - Data structures: Introduction to Doubly Linked List - Doubly Linked List - Implementation in C/C++ - Data structures: Introduction to stack - Data structures: Array implementation of stacks - Data Structures: Linked List implementation of stacks - Reverse a string or linked list using stack - Check for balanced parentheses using stack - Infix, Prefix and Postfix - Evaluation of Prefix and Postfix expressions using stack - Infix to Postfix using stack - Data structures: Introduction to Queues,Array implementation of Queue,Linked List implementation of Queue,Introduction to Trees,Binary Tree,Binary Search Tree - Binary search tree - Implementation in C/C++ - BST implementation - memory allocation in stack and heap - Find min and max element in a binary search tree - Find height of a binary tree - Binary tree traversal - breadth-first and depth-first strategies - Binary tree: Level Order Traversal - Binary tree traversal: Preorder, Inorder, Postorder - Check if a binary tree is binary search tree or not - Delete a node from Binary Search Tree - Inorder Successor in a binary search tree - Data structures: Introduction to graphs - Data structures: Properties of Graphs - Graph Representation:Edge List,Adjacency Matrix


Lecture 26: Data structures Binary Tree

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In this lesson, we have discussed binary tree in detail. We have talked about different types of binary tree like "complete binary tree", "perfect binary tree" and "balanced binary tree" and their properties. We have also discussed how cost of operations in a tree may depend upon height of the tree and why we want a tree to be dense and its height to be minimum. Finally, we talked about two possible implementations of binary tree - a) using dynamically created nodes and b) using arrays.

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