Symmetric binary B-Trees: Data structure and maintenance algorithms
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A class of binary trees is described for maintaining ordered sets of data. Random insertions, deletions, and retrievals of keys can be done in time proportional to log N where N is the cardinality of the data-set. Symmetric B-Trees are a modification of B-trees described previously by Bayer and McCreight. This class of trees properly contains the balanced trees.
KeywordsInformation System Operating System Data Structure Communication Network Information Theory
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