Fibonacci connection between Huffman codes and Wythoff array

A non-decreasing sequence of positive integer weights P = {p1, . . . , p2, pn} is called k-ordered if an intermediate sequence of weights produced by Huffman algorithm for initial sequence P on i-th step satisfies the following conditions: p (i) 2 = p (i) 3 , i = 0, k; p (i) 2 < p (i) 3 , i = k + 1, n − 3. Let T be a binary tree of size n and M = M(T ) be a… CONTINUE READING