# GATE1990-13a

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Consider the height-balanced tree $T_{t}$ with values stored at only the leaf nodes, shown in Fig.4.

(i) Show how to merge to the tree, $T_{1}$ elements from tree $T_{2}$ shown in Fig.5 using node D of tree $T_{1}$.

(ii) What is the time complexity of a merge operation of balanced trees $T_{1}$ and $T_{2}$ where $T_{1}$ and $T_{2}$ are of height $h_{1}$ and $h_{2}$ respectively, assuming that rotation schemes are given. Give reasons.

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Superscript near the nodes indicate their Balance factor. LL and RR rotations are same as those done on AVL trees.

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@ankitgupta.1729

Brother, can you check it?

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This is correct

A height balanced tree is a binary tree in which the difference between the left subtree and right subtree is not greater than 1.

Since the values are stored only at the leaf nodes and the merging is done using node D, we add extra nodes as shown below  :-

Complexity will be $O(n \log n)$

As here all nodes of second tree need to be inserted in tree and rotation of nodes are needed.

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How did you merge t1 and t2.. I m not getting it.. Can't we just put all elements and from t1 and t2 and perform insertion with rotation..
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like BST

F can be right child of B and 5 will be in left subtree leaf of F
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@srestha , I think, you have added some extra nodes..here T1 contains 9 nodes and T2 contains 5 nodes. So, after merging , total nodes should be 14..but in your 1st image , no. of nodes = 15 and in 3rd image , no. of nodes = 16...

could you please explain why time complexity is O(nlogn).. I think here we should have to write time complexity in terms of h1 and h2. and could you please explain what is meaning of merge using node D.

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@ankit

See in 1st pic after E I added 1 extra node, otherwise 5 couldnot be there in resultant tree

and yes again I added 1 extra node in 3rd pic

Because  it holds 6,7 as leaf

Basically according to question, we need to accommodate 8 nodes as leaf
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@srestha , instead of adding one extra node , can't we add 6 to the  left of E and 5 to the left of 6 ?
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then 6 will not be leaf
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@srestha , is it necessary that all given leaf nodes should also be leaf nodes in the merged tree ?  it is not mentioned in the question..
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yes, required

As this is pattern given in question

some visualization required to ans some ques
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@srestha In First Image Left Child of E is 4 and Right Child of C is 4 can u explain please?
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how Complexity will be O(n log n) ??
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O(n) tc if the use of extra space is permitted
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yes

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@adarsh_1997 why we did rotation on node B when D is also not balanced in 3rd Picture?

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I think there's a problem with the question . It says values must reside as leaves , meaning letters should be internal nodes . if we have 6 internal node i.e A to F then in a binary tree we can accommodate at max 7 leaves , however the question asks us to fit in 8 leaves .

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