Zip Trees

18 Jun 2018Robert E. TarjanCaleb C. LevyStephen Timmel

We introduce the zip tree, a form of randomized binary search tree. One can view a zip tree as a treap (Seidel and Aragon 1996) in which priority ties are allowed and in which insertions and deletions are done by unmerging and merging paths ("unzipping" and "zipping") rather than by doing rotations... (read more)

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