Data Structure Quiz (Set 6) Data Structures (Set 6) 1 / 10 What is 'avl tree' used for? To implement queues To implement graphs To implement stacks To maintain a balanced binary search tree, ensuring efficient insertion, deletion, and searching 2 / 10 What is 'graph' in data structures? A linear data structure used to store elements in contiguous memory locations A non-linear data structure used to store elements in non-contiguous memory locations A data structure consisting of nodes connected by edges, representing relationships between entities A data structure used to implement stacks and queues 3 / 10 What is 'queue' in data structures? A linear data structure that follows the Last In First Out (LIFO) principle A linear data structure that follows the First In First Out (FIFO) principle A non-linear data structure used to store key-value pairs A hierarchical data structure used to represent relationships between entities 4 / 10 What is 'amortized analysis'? An analysis of the best-case time complexity of an algorithm An analysis of the worst-case time complexity of an algorithm An analysis of the average-case time complexity of an algorithm An analysis of the average cost of a sequence of operations over time 5 / 10 What is the 'hash collision' handling in hash tables? To rearrange the elements in the hash table To prevent hash functions from generating the same hash for different keys To resolve situations where two different keys generate the same hash value To increase the size of the hash table 6 / 10 What is the 'hash function' used for in hash tables? To sort elements in a hash table To encrypt data before storing it in a hash table To generate a fixed-size hash value from an input key To dynamically resize the hash table 7 / 10 What is the purpose of 'dynamic memory allocation'? To allocate memory for static variables To allocate memory for global variables To allocate memory for variables at compile time To allocate memory for variables at runtime 8 / 10 What is the 'time complexity' of an algorithm? The amount of memory required by an algorithm to execute The time required for an algorithm to execute The number of operations performed by an algorithm The number of levels in a recursive algorithm 9 / 10 What is the 'space complexity' of an algorithm? The amount of memory required by an algorithm to execute The time required for an algorithm to execute The number of operations performed by an algorithm The number of levels in a recursive algorithm 10 / 10 What is 'stack underflow' and 'stack overflow'? Stack underflow occurs when the stack has more elements than its capacity Stack underflow occurs when an element is removed from an empty stack Stack overflow occurs when an element is added to a full stack Stack overflow occurs when the stack has fewer elements than its capacity Your score isThe average score is 0% 0% Restart quiz