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## Data Structure Questions and Answers-Splay Tree

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Question 6 |

Which of the following options is an application of splay trees?

cache Implementation | |

networks | |

send values | |

receive values |

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Question 6 Explanation:

Splay trees can be used for faster access to recently accessed items and hence used for cache implementations.

Question 7 |

When we have red-black trees and AVL trees that can perform most of operations in logarithmic times, then what is the need for splay trees?

no there is no special usage | |

In real time it is estimated that 80% access is only to 20% data, hence most used ones must be easily available | |

redblack and avl are not upto mark | |

they are just another type of self balancing binary search trees |

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Question 7 Explanation:

May be the stats showing 80-20% may be not accurate, but in real time that is the widely spread scenario seen. If you are into this type of situation, you must choose implementing splay trees.

Question 8 |

After the insertion operation, is the resultant tree a splay tee?

true | |

false |

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Question 8 Explanation:

There is a zig-zag and right operation(zig) which gives the right hand side tree. refer splay operations for insertion in splay tree.

Question 9 |

What output does the below pseudo code produces?

Tree....node function(Tree....node x) { Tree....node y = x.left; x.left = y.right; y.right = x; return y; }

right rotation of subtree | |

left rotation of subtree | |

zig-zag operation | |

zig-zig operation |

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Question 9 Explanation:

When a right rotation is done the parent of the rotating node becomes it's right node and it's child becomes it's left child.

Question 10 |

What is the disadvantage of using splay trees?

height of a splay tree can be linear when accessing elements in non decreasing order. | |

splay operations are difficult | |

no significant disadvantage | |

splay tree performs unnecessary splay when a node is only being read |

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Question 10 Explanation:

This will be the case after accessing all n elements in non-decreasing order. Since the height of a tree corresponds to the worst-case access time, this means that the actual cost of an operation can be high. However the amortized access cost of this worst case is logarithmic O(log n).

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