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An insertion technique for one-sided height-balanced trees


A restriction on height-balanced binary trees is presented. It is seen that this restriction reduces the extra memory requirements by half (from two extra bits per node to one) and maintains fast search capabilities at a cost of increased time requirements for inserting new nodes.

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