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## Quantum Computing Evangelist @ mQuBits

# Tag: Competitive Programming

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# Watch “Algorithms – What and Why (Arabic)” on YouTube

Analysis of Algorithms
# Lecture Notes | Advanced Algorithms | Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | MIT OpenCourseWare

Analysis of Algorithms
# Amortized Analysis by Prof. Charles E. Leiserson

Analysis of Algorithms
# Princeton COS 423 Analysis of Algorithms Lectures

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# Splay Trees

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# AVL Trees

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In the previous article we’ve reviewed Randomized Binary Search Trees. Today we are going to review the implementation of AVL Trees. They must be the first type of Balanced Binary Search Trees. They were invented by two Soviet inventors, G. M. Adelson-Velskii and E. M. Landis in 1962. There are plenty of AVL trees implementations,… Continue reading AVL Trees