Given two Binary Search Trees (BST) and a given sum. The task is to find pairs with given sum such that each pair elements must lie in different BST.
Input : sum = 10 8 5 / \ / \ 3 10 2 18 / \ \ / \ 1 6 14 1 3 / \ / \ 5 7 13 4 Output : (5,5), (6,4), (7,3), (8,2) In above pairs first element lies in first BST and second element lies in second BST
A simple solution for this problem is to store Inorder traversal of one tree in auxiliary array then pick element one by one from the array and find its pair in other tree for given sum. Time complexity for this approach will be O(n2) if total nodes in both the trees are equal.
An efficient solution for this solution is to store Inorder traversals of both BSTs in two different auxiliary arrays vect1 and vect2. Now we follow method1 of this article. Since Inorder traversal of BST is always gives sorted sequence, we don not need to sort our arrays.
- Take iterator left and points it to the left corner vect1.
- Take iterator right and points it to the right corner vect2.
- Now if vect11[left] + vect2[right] < sum then move left iterator in vect1 in forward direction i.e; left++.
- Now if vect1[left] + vect2[right] > sum then move right iterator in vect in backward direction i.e; right–.
Below is implementation of above idea.
Time complexity : O(n)
Auxiliary space : O(n)
Time complexity : O(n)
Auxiliary Space : O(1)
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