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Encryption was directly based on the binary traversal, the lexicographic algorithm was more suitable for encryption/ decryption system based on binary tree traversal. And the efficiency of getting the binary tree according to the random number would be higher.
For example, based on digital image disorder binary tree traversal--A digital image scrambling method based on binary tree traversal, and discussed the periodic scrambling method and inverse transform.
Additionally note that, according to the complexity analysis based on the amount of comparisons in a WPE-enabled K-best tree search published in [35], the complexity of an RVD-based tree traversal doubles that of its complex-plane counterpart.
It waits until the data is read by the output circuit and then continues with tree traversal. This approach eliminates the need for temporary storage.
Meghanathan, "Use of Tree Traversal Algorithms for Chain Formation in the PEGASIS Data Gathering Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks," KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, vol.
Since the members to a_list are added by tree traversal, they are ordered and so the complexity reduces to linear order, i.e.
[v.sub.b])) be an admissible substitution for T, let ([e.sub.1], ..., [e.sub.a]) and ([l.sub.1], ..., [l.sub.b]) be the lists of scheme edges of T and scheme variables occurring in T both listed according to some fixed tree traversal order (lets say DFS).
Most algorithms that traverse tree structures in a top-down manner use some form of depth-first or breadth-first tree traversal. Finding a leaf node containing a query object q in a spatial index can be done in a depth-first manner by recursively descending the tree structure.
A search operation is then performed by a top-down tree traversal.
If the query point is contained in n, you need to do from top to bottom and sub tree traversal search.