Binary Search Trees (BST)


Binary Search Trees are a fundamental data structure used to maintain a sorted dataset for quick lookup, addition, and deletion.

Key Properties

Why Use Binary Search Trees?


Operations such as search, insertion, and deletion take O(log n) time on average.


BSTs can adapt to the dynamic dataset efficiently, maintaining order without requiring large-scale reorganization.

Example of a Binary Search Tree

Diagram of a Binary Search Tree

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For more detailed information on Binary Search Trees, visit Wikipedia's Binary Search Tree Article.