How is an AVL tree completely different from a B-tree?


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AVL Timber:

AVL tree is a self-balancing binary search tree wherein every node preserve an additional issue which is known as stability issue whose worth is both -1, 0 or 1.

B-Tree:

A B-tree is a self – balancing tree information construction that retains information sorted and permits searches, insertions, and deletions in O(log N)  time.

Distinction between AVL Tree and B-Tree:

S.No.  

                                             AVL Timber                                                  

                                                           B-Tree                                                         

1

It’s a self-balancing binary search tree It’s a multi-way tree(N – ary tree).

2

Each node accommodates at most 2 baby nodes On this tree, nodes can have a number of baby nodes

3

It has a stability issue whose worth is both -1, 0, or 1.

Steadiness issue = (top of left subtree)-(top of proper subtree)

or

Steadiness issue = (top of proper subtree)-(top of left subtree)

B-Tree is outlined by the time period minimal diploma ‘t‘. The worth of ‘t‘ relies upon upon disk block dimension.
Each node besides the foundation should include at the least t-1 keys. The foundation might include a minimal of 1 key.

4

AVL tree has a top of log(N) (The place N is the variety of nodes). B-tree has a top of log(M*N) (The place ‘M’ is the order of tree and N is the variety of nodes).

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