Storage Overhead of O-Trees, B-Trees and Prefix B-Trees: A Comparative Analysis

@article{Orlandic1996StorageOO,
  title={Storage Overhead of O-Trees, B-Trees and Prefix B-Trees: A Comparative Analysis},
  author={Ratko Orlandic and Hosam M. Mahmoud},
  journal={Int. J. Found. Comput. Sci.},
  year={1996},
  volume={7},
  pages={209-226}
}
The O-tree is an indexing mechanism closely related to B-trees and Prefix B-trees. In this paper we derive the expected storage overhead of O-Trees under the standard Bernoulli model of randomness, compare the results with the expected overhead of B-trees and Prefix B-trees under the same conditions, and assess the expected relative improvements. 

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