1. Description: it is based on binary tree to achieve 2. Time complexity operation time complexity in queue O(logn) out of queue O(logn)3. The floating operation of the insert node (to put the maximum at the top) (in the code siftUp method) 4. Drop operation on minimum value after eject maximum node (in code siftDown method) 5. Code {code... } 6. Example {code... } {code... }

The JVM architecture (memory model) is green for thread private, orange for thread common 2. The class loader is responsible for loading the.class file into memory and converting the data structures in the file into the data structures in the method area, generating a class object. 2.1 Class Loader Classifies from the boot class loader. The Bootstrap ClassLoader ClassLoader. Responsible for loading packages that come with the JDK. %JAVA_HOME%/lib/rt.jar%

In learning ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor found the thread pool use queue for DelayedWorkQueue, DelayedWorkQueue is a heap structure based implementation of delay queues and priority queues, In order to understand the DelayedWorkQueue implementation, this article first learns about the heap data structure and implements a priority queue based on the heap data structure to deepen the understanding of the heap data structure.

There is a special apple tree, n days in a row, several apples can grow every day. On the ith day, apples grow on the tree, which will rot and become unedible after days (that is, days + days). There may also be days when no new apples grow on the tree. Days [I] == 0 and days[I] == 0 You intend to eat at most one apple a day for nutrition...

Memory is a very important system resource. It is the intermediate warehouse and bridge between hard disk and CPU, carrying the real-time operation of operating system and application program. The JVM memory layout stipulates the strategy of memory application, allocation and management in the running process of Java, which ensures the efficient and stable running of JVM. There are some differences between JVMs in how memory is partitioned and how it is managed. Take a look at the classic JVM memory layout in conjunction with the JVM virtual machine specification.

For the complete binary tree, an array can be used to store its hierarchical sequence, and then functions ismaxHeap and isminHeap are used to determine whether the complete binary tree is a large root Heap or a small root Heap respectively. If neither is the case, output NOT Heap, and then use PostTraverse to perform post-order traversal of the complete binary tree. The output node can be accessed when the node.

Given an array of non-empty integers, return the elements with the highest frequency of k. The element is an integer, and the range of values is int. 1 ≤ k ≤ The number of different elements in the array, and the occurrence frequency of elements is different. Requirement: The time complexity of the algorithm is O(n log n), where n is the size of the array. Format of input data: integer array before semicolon and k after semicolon in input content. Example input: {code... } output: {code...

Heap is a common data structure. The bottom layer is a binary tree implemented with an array. But there is no parent or child pointer. Sort by heap properties. There are minimum heaps and maximum heaps. Minimum heap: The value of the parent node is smaller than the value of each of its children Maximum heap: The value of the parent node is larger than the value of each of its children Generally used in the following scenarios: Quicksort (take maximum and minimum values) priority queue Maximum heap/minimum heap

I've already mentioned heaps in the previous article, but just to give you an overview. This article takes a closer look at heaps in the JVM. In the JVM, the heap is divided into two distinct regions: Young and Old. Young is divided into three regions: Eden, From Survivor, and To Survivor. The purpose of this division is to enable the JVM to...

A little digression last time in my public number to do a small survey "cast you want to solve the programming language ~". Here are the results of the survey: For the rest, it's mostly Go. Since Java and Python account for more than 60% of the total, this time I tried to write in both languages, thanks to @captainz for the Java code. Also, in order not to make the article stinking and long, I will use all the Java code in this article...