Computational geometry by Godfried T Toussaint

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Rightmost and pointing to the leftmost and rightmost leaf of the subtree rooted at q , respectively. e. the height is 0 for a leafnode and it is one plus the height of any son for a non-leaf node. no_of_8ons could be dispensed with. However, keeping them adds to the clar­ ity of our algorithms. 2. An important property of 2-3-frees is that they can be "merged" or "concatenated" rapidly. We will take advantage of this property and for completeness we have included a concatena­ tion procedure in Appendix C.

2. An important property of 2-3-frees is that they can be "merged" or "concatenated" rapidly. We will take advantage of this property and for completeness we have included a concatena­ tion procedure in Appendix C. 2 1 2 - 1 ·- Γ — s M / / 1 . 2 III. Point Insertion In this section we present an algorithm for the point insertion problem. From a 2-3-tree T representing the convex polygon P=conv5, as described in the previous section, one wants to com­ pute the tree T' representing the polygon P' = conv S' , where S' = S U {p } for some point p .

A detailed procedure NORMALIZED_UPDATE(T,p) is given below. It is assumed that it has been established that p lies outside the polygon represented by T and that the right tangent point is the leftmost leaf of T . Also we assume that the tree T is not empty. This case requires a straight forward sequence of steps. 2: The running time of the function NORMALIZED_UPDATE(T,p) is proportional to the height of the tree T. Proof: The procedure FIND_LTP_AND_COLLECT_LEFT_SIDE first descends on a path of T from the root to some leaf, and then ascends this path again collecting all the subtrees hanging off to the left of this path into a single tree ß " T\.

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