Subject: Re: [boost] New library ( countertree: Binary trees with access by position like the vectors)
From: Stewart, Robert (Robert.Stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-09-28 06:49:52
Francisco José Tapia wrote:
> Is there any interest in a library implementing counter trees,
> which permit us to access to the elements by the position, as
> in the same way than a vector. The insertion, deletion and
> access to elements are operations O(log N).
How does this differ from Boost.MultiIndex which can provide
random access plus ordered, key-based indices in a single
> The first class implemented is vector_tree wich has the full
> interface of the STL vector and STL deque.
> When the information stored in the vector_tree is sorted, we
> can build the new classes boost::set, boost::multiset,
> boost::map and boost::multimap. These clases have the full
> interface of the STL set, multiset, map and multimap, plus a
> function which permit to access to the elements of the set,
> map... by the position. The iterators of this data stuctures
> are random access, and have a function to take the position of
> the element pointed by the iterator.
A sorted vector, with map-like functionality, is certainly a
useful data structure for occasions when it is mostly populated
one time and accessed many times thereafter. Indeed, Meyers
discussed it years ago in one of his books. The question is
whether your vector_tree is better than what Boost.MultiIndex can
> You can find the documentation, the code and the test programs
I haven't read your documentation yet, but may do so, based upon
Rob Stewart robert.stewart_at_[hidden]
Software Engineer, Core Software using std::disclaimer;
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