At each node of the binary tree
a decision is being made about the assignment of the input pattern into one of the two possible groups represented by transferring the pattern to the left or to the right sub-tree.
To avoid worse-case in a binary tree
, a red-black tree could be used to maintain a balanced tree (Cormen et al 2001).
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Figure 6 shows binary trees
representing the set of self strings from Example 1.
4) Then, a twin binary tree
is one in which every father has two sons.
Despite the apparent simplicity of this setting, we show in Section 5 that the towers of semilattices given respectively by the permutohedrons, the Tamari, and the Boolean lattices can be used to partially categorify the Hopf algebras of Free Quasi Symmetric Functions (FQSym), Planar Binary Trees
(PBT), and Non Commutative Symmetric Functions (NCSF).
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A non-ambiguous tree may be seen as a binary tree
embedded in the grid in such a way that the embedding of its vertices in the grid determines the tree completely (i.
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A binary tree
is recursively defined by being either the empty tree (0) or a pair of binary trees
, respectively called left and right subtrees, grafted on an internal node.