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Data Trees: Definition

Data Trees: Definition

Trees are well-known as a non-linear data structure. They don’t store data in a linear way. They organize data hierarchically.

A tree is a collection of entities called nodes. Nodes are connected by edges. Each node contains a value or data, and it may or may not have a child node .

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  • Root is the topmost node of the tree  
  • Edge is the link between two nodes  
  • Child is a node that has a parent node  
  • Parent is a node that has an edge to a child node  
  • Leaf is a node that does not have a child node in the tree  
  • Height is the length of the longest path to a leaf  
  • Depth is the length of the path to its root  

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