B+ Tree Implementation in C++
Category: Computers > Algorithms
Asked by: woburnsa-ga
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09 Jul 2006 13:51 PDT
Expires: 08 Aug 2006 13:51 PDT
Question ID: 744727
I am looking for a simple B+ tree implementation in C++. Please do not point me to exisiting libraries like GIST or point me to "B" tree implementations. I need a "B+".
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Request for Further Clarification: B+ Tree Implementation in C++
From: deepeshdeomurari-ga on 31 Jul 2006 07:41 PDT
Hi, It is really a good one. I searched on the internet but nothing meaningful can be found. Can u clarify ur all requirements. May be I can take out some time to write code 4 u. Thnx..
Re: B+ Tree Implementation in C++
From: rkalyankumar-ga on 20 Nov 2006 21:52 PST
Try http://www.cs.duke.edu/TPIE/. You have to download tgz file labelled "Download latest TPIE CVS snapshot" in the web page. Extract the archive using your favorite zip utility & then search for ami_btree.h file or it will be under <tpie_root_dir>/include directory. It has a B+tree implementation & it is a templatized C++ source code written very well. It has all the functionalities you are expecting i.e. search, range search (search for keys from within a range), insert, delete keys etc. Hope this will help you. Good luck for your work. Regards RKK
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