Van Emde Boas Tree supports search, minimum, maximum, successor, predecessor, insert and delete operations in O(lglgN) time which is faster than any of related data structures like priority queue, binary search tree, etc. Proto Van Emde Boas tree is similar prototype type data structure but it fails to achieve the complexity of O(lglgN), We will learn Proto Van Emde Boas tree first to get a basic understanding of working of Van Emde Boas tree. Here N is the size of the universe over which tree is defined.
Note: Proto Van Emde Boas Data Structure’s keys must be defined over a range of 0 to n(n is positive integer of the form 22k) and it works when duplicate keys are not allowed.
- Proto-VEB is an abbreviation of Proto-Van Emde Boas tree.
- Proto-VEB() is an abbreviation for Proto-VEB containing u number of keys.
Basic Understanding of the structure of Proto-VEB Tree:
Proto Van Emde boas tree are recursively defined data structure and it shrinks to sqrt size as we go up in the tree. Please refer this article to understand the basics of it.
In Proto-VEB we use a bit array to represents whether a key is present or not, we put 1 if it is present and 0 else.
Here, the summary of a particular cluster contains whether there is any key present in a cluster if at least one key present then the summary is 1 or 0 elsewhere. Clusters are segments of a bit array. A summary is also a bit array. See the image below:
Construction of Proto VEB Tree:
Below image represents the basic Proto-VEB structure:
The recursively defined structure has two main part:
- summary: it is a pointer to Proto-VEB structure which has size.
- cluster: it is an array of pointers to Proto-VEB structures with size.
First of all, we have to understand some function and keywords:
- universe size (u) : Number of keys in Proto-VEB structure.
High(x): From the first image, we can see that if we want to reach at the cluster of the key then we can divide it with .
For example, We want to know the cluster of the key 12 then can divide it with which is 3, so key 12 is in 3rd cluster.
High(x) = floor( x / )
low(x): From the first image, we can see that if we want the position of the key in the cluster we can apply modulus operation x % .
For example, If you want to find a position of 7 in the cluster you can apply 7 % = 3 which is a position of 7 in 2nd cluster.
low(x) = x % )
Recursive Procedure of construction:
- Base case : If universe size is 2 then it is a base size so there will be nomore summary array, means it is null and we will store only bit array for 2 keys.
- We will recursively assign summary as sized Proto-VEB tree and -sized Proto-VEB to all clusters.
See u=4 Proto-VEB structure in the image below:
Here is the code representing the Algorithm:
- Proto Van Emde Boas Tree | Set 5 | Queries: Minimum, Maximum
- Proto Van Emde Boas Tree | Set 6 | Query : Successor and Predecessor
- Proto Van Emde Boas Tree | Set 3 | Insertion and isMember Query
- Van Emde Boas Tree | Set 1 | Basics and Construction
- Proto Van Emde Boas Trees | Set 4 | Deletion
- proto van Emde Boas Trees | Set 1 (Background and Introduction)
- Van Emde Boas Tree | Set 4 | Deletion
- Van Emde Boas Tree - Set 3 | Successor and Predecessor
- Van Emde Boas Tree | Set 2 | Insertion, Find, Minimum and Maximum Queries
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