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29.3Keys with Different Length
29.5Space Required and Alternative Node Structures
29.8Prefix Search and Applications
Compressed Tries with Digit Numbers•Compressed Tries with Skip Fields•Compressed Tries with Edge Information•Space Required by a Compressed Trie
Searching•Inserting an Element•Removing an Element
A trie (pronounced “try” and derived from the word retrieval) is a data structure that uses the digits in the keys to organize and search the dictionary. Although, in practice, we can use any radix to ...
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