Issue No.08 - August (1981 vol.30)
G. Bongiovanni , IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
In this paper we analyze various search schemes in a major/minor loop bubble memory. Specifically, we study balanced tree search, one-sided height-balanced tree search, and one-sided K-Keight-balanced tree search. Two parameters are of interest in the present framework, namely, the number of comparisons and the amount of record movement required for a search. One-sided height- balanced tree search seems to offer the best compromise. Other related issues such as insertion and deletions are also discussed.
tree search, Analysis of algorithms, balanced trees, deletion, insertion, magnetic bubble memories, major loops, minor loops, number of comparisons, one-sided height-balanced trees, one-sided K-height-balanced trees, record movement
G. Bongiovanni, C.K. Wong, "Tree Search in Major/Minor Loop Magnetic Bubble Memories", IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol.30, no. 8, pp. 537-545, August 1981, doi:10.1109/TC.1981.1675838