## How is Heapify implemented in C++?

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Function descriptions: int BHeap::ExtractMin(): Perfrom operation to extract minimum value from heap. void BHeap::showHeap(): To show the elements of heap. void BHeap::heapifyup(int in): maintain heap structure in bottom up manner. void BHeap::heapifydown(int in): maintain heap structure in top down manner.

## Does Heapify sort the heap?

Heap sort also doesn’t need external memory, and is an internal sorting algorithm. It runs iteratively (and is thus non-recursive), and compares two elements at a time when it swaps and calls the heapify function, making it a comparison sort algorithm.

**Is Heapify and heapsort same?**

According to my understanding , the algorithm for max heapify looks very similar to constructing a heap using a top-down approach . Even heap sort is similar to a top down construction of a heap with the extra step of pushing the first element to the end of the array at each iteration.

### Is Heapify and build heap same?

As said before, heapify is just a way to maintain heap properties after performing operations on it. As you can see, even though heapify is actively used for building a heap, we cannot say that building a heap is heapify . It’s just an essential part of the process.

### What are the advantages of binary trees?

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**What is the difference between binary heap and binomial heap?**

insert (H,k): Inserts a key ‘k’ to Binomial Heap ‘H’.

#### Why is a pairing heap faster than a binary heap?

If the heap contains n = 2 k − 1 items,then there ( n+1)/2 = Ω ( n) nodes at the highest depth of the

#### What is a proper binary tree?

the binary tree has two additional methods: left(v) and right(v) which return the left child or the right child. A proper binary tree is one where all internal nades have exactly two children. A complete binary tree is a proper binary tree where all leaves have the same depth. Properties of a binary tree: in a complete binary tree, the number of nodes at depth d is 2 d. Proof: there are 2 0 nodes at depth 0.