Trees with Minimum Weighted Path Length

@inproceedings{Rytter2004TreesWM,
  title={Trees with Minimum Weighted Path Length},
  author={Wojciech Rytter},
  booktitle={Handbook of Data Structures and Applications},
  year={2004}
}
  • W. Rytter
  • Published in
    Handbook of Data Structures…
    7 March 2018
  • Education
Warsaw University 14. 
Dual-Pivot Quicksort and Beyond: Analysis of Multiway Partitioning and Its Practical Potential
TLDR
This dissertation conducts a mathematical average-case analysis of multiway Quicksort including the important optimization to choose pivots from a sample of the input and proposes a parametric template algorithm that covers all practically relevant partitioning methods as special cases, and analytically investigates in depth what effect the parameters of the generic quicksort have on its performance.
Operations research applications of dichotomous search

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