# 2-3-4 Tree Delete

### 2-3-4 Trees - Properties, Insertion, Deletion, Time ...

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### 2-3-4 Tree Delete Example

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### Deletion From 2,3,4 Tree - Computer Science Stack Exchange

Deleting an element in a 2-3-4 tree assumes we will grow (merge) nodes on the way down. The idea is intuitive, but writing the algorithm down in English seems to make it look/sound harder than it is. Again, when dealing with trees, there are different cases. Here, there are 3 different cases: If the element, k is in the node and the node is a leaf containing at least 2 keys, simply remove k …

### 2–3–4 Tree - Wikipedia

Rather than working from the bottom up, it may be easier to work from the top downwards to preserve all of the properties of the 2-3-4 tree while giving an extra key to the node you're deleting from. Here are the rules for deletion: If node containing key has more than one key, just remove the key.

### 2-3-4 Trees | Algorithm Tutor

The simplest possibility to delete an element is to just leave the element there and mark it as "deleted", adapting the previous algorithms so that deleted elements are ignored. Deleted elements can then be re-used by overwriting them when performing an insertion later. However, the drawback of this method is that the size of the tree does not decrease. If a large proportion of the elements of the tree are deleted, then the tree will become much larger than the current siz…

### 2 3 4 Trees-Deletion - YouTube

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### 2-3 Trees (Insertion, Deletion, Techniques) REUPLOAD

Jan 16, 2019 · This is a redo of my earlier video on B-trees. It's now unlisted, but if you felt like seeing how much of a mess it was, the link is here: https://www.youtub...

### 2-3 Trees

The delete operation Deleting key k is similar to inserting: there is a special case when T is just a single (leaf) node containing k (T is made empty); otherwise, the parent of the node to be deleted is found, then the tree is fixed up if necessary so that it is still a 2-3 tree.