/* Balanced binary trees using treaps. Copyright (C) 2000, 2002, 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Contributed by Andy Vaught This file is part of GCC. GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later version. GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with GCC; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */ /* The idea is to balance the tree using pseudorandom numbers. The main constraint on this implementation is that we have several distinct structures that have to be arranged in a binary tree. These structures all contain a BBT_HEADER() in front that gives the treap-related information. The key and value are assumed to reside in the rest of the structure. When calling, we are also passed a comparison function that compares two nodes. We don't implement a separate 'find' function here, but rather use separate functions for each variety of tree. We are also restricted to not copy treap structures, which most implementations find convenient, because we otherwise would need to know how long the structure is. This implementation is based on Stefan Nilsson's article in the July 1997 Doctor Dobb's Journal, "Treaps in Java". */ #include "config.h" #include "gfortran.h" typedef struct gfc_treap { BBT_HEADER (gfc_treap); } gfc_bbt; /* Simple linear congruential pseudorandom number generator. The period of this generator is 44071, which is plenty for our purposes. */ static int pseudo_random (void) { static int x0 = 5341; x0 = (22611 * x0 + 10) % 44071; return x0; } /* Rotate the treap left. */ static gfc_bbt * rotate_left (gfc_bbt * t) { gfc_bbt *temp; temp = t->right; t->right = t->right->left; temp->left = t; return temp; } /* Rotate the treap right. */ static gfc_bbt * rotate_right (gfc_bbt * t) { gfc_bbt *temp; temp = t->left; t->left = t->left->right; temp->right = t; return temp; } /* Recursive insertion function. Returns the updated treap, or aborts if we find a duplicate key. */ static gfc_bbt * insert (gfc_bbt * new, gfc_bbt * t, compare_fn compare) { int c; if (t == NULL) return new; c = (*compare) (new, t); if (c < 0) { t->left = insert (new, t->left, compare); if (t->priority < t->left->priority) t = rotate_right (t); } else if (c > 0) { t->right = insert (new, t->right, compare); if (t->priority < t->right->priority) t = rotate_left (t); } else /* if (c == 0) */ gfc_internal_error("insert_bbt(): Duplicate key found!"); return t; } /* Given root pointer, a new node and a comparison function, insert the new node into the treap. It is an error to insert a key that already exists. */ void gfc_insert_bbt (void *root, void *new, compare_fn compare) { gfc_bbt **r, *n; r = (gfc_bbt **) root; n = (gfc_bbt *) new; n->priority = pseudo_random (); *r = insert (n, *r, compare); } static gfc_bbt * delete_root (gfc_bbt * t) { gfc_bbt *temp; if (t->left == NULL) return t->right; if (t->right == NULL) return t->left; if (t->left->priority > t->right->priority) { temp = rotate_right (t); temp->right = delete_root (t); } else { temp = rotate_left (t); temp->left = delete_root (t); } return temp; } /* Delete an element from a tree. The 'old' value does not necessarily have to point to the element to be deleted, it must just point to a treap structure with the key to be deleted. Returns the new root node of the tree. */ static gfc_bbt * delete_treap (gfc_bbt * old, gfc_bbt * t, compare_fn compare) { int c; if (t == NULL) return NULL; c = (*compare) (old, t); if (c < 0) t->left = delete_treap (old, t->left, compare); if (c > 0) t->right = delete_treap (old, t->right, compare); if (c == 0) t = delete_root (t); return t; } void gfc_delete_bbt (void *root, void *old, compare_fn compare) { gfc_bbt **t; t = (gfc_bbt **) root; *t = delete_treap ((gfc_bbt *) old, *t, compare); }