avl_tree provides an implementation of an AVL Tree,
a self-balancing binary search-tree.
It's basically a port from an implementation in Java by Justin Wheterell.
This implementation includes two custom features usually not present in AVL trees:
contains not only accept a value to be
added, removed, or tested,
but optionally also a compare function to be used in this very invocation only.
This comes in handy, if a more efficient compare function can be
used in a specific invocation. Example: the dynamically changing search
tree of intersecting line segments in the
The tree can (optionally) store multiple values which are equal with respect
to the tree ordering, but not identical with respect to Darts
function. One application is again the implementation of the Y-structure
in the Bentley-Ottman-Algorithm,
where multiple overlapping line segments can be handled as equivalence
class of line segments stored in one tree node.
// create a tree, and use some methods, use the standard // int.compareTo function for ordering var tree = new AvlTree<int>(); tree.addAll([0,1,2]); print(tree.inorder.toList()); // -> [0,1,2] tree.remove(2); print(tree.inorder.toList()); // -> [0,1] print(tree.contains(0)); // true
Creates a balanced tree of strings, ordered in reverse lexicographic order.
// a balanced tree of strings, ordered in reverse lexicographical // order var order = (String s1, String s2) => s2.compareTo(s1); var tree = new AvlTree<String>(compare: order); tree.addAll(["aaa", "zzz"]); print(tree.inorder.toList); // ["zzz", "aaa"]
Creates a tree of strings. The order is lexicographic with respect to the lowercase version of the strings. Strings which are equal modulo case are in the same equivalence class.
lowerCaseCompare(s,t) => s.toLowerCase().compareTo(t.toLowerCase()); var tree = new AvlTree<String>(compare:lowerCaseCompare, withEquivalenceClasses: true); tree.addAll(["aaa", "zzz", "AAA"]); print(tree.smallest); // -> ["aaa", "AAA"]
avl_tree is available from pub.dartlang.org. Add
dependencies: avl_tree: "^0.1.1"
See version history.
avl_tree is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license, see files LICENSE and NOTICE.
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: avl_tree: ^0.2.1
You can install packages from the command line:
$ pub get
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
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