New installment in Scott Mitchell’s series on Data Structures

Part 3: Binary Trees and BSTs
This article, the third in a six-part series on data structures in the .NET Framework, looks at a common data structure that is not included in the .NET Framework Base Class Library: binary trees. Whereas arrays arrange data linearly, binary trees can be envisioned as storing data in two dimensions. A special kind of binary tree, called a binary search tree, or BST, allows for a much more optimized search time than with arrays.

Comments (3)

  1. I have been following the .NET Series on Data Structures.

    The article is very well written and his mathematical and technical explanations are very clear.

    I am looking forward to the rest of the series on data structures

  2. Scott Mitchell’s series on Data Structures has inspired me to blog on Naive Bayes Classifiers

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