Data Structure Quiz (Set 14) Data Structures (Set 4) 1 / 10 What is 'avltree' 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 '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 dynamically resize the hash table To generate a fixed-size hash value from an input key 3 / 10 What is the 'in-order traversal' of a binary tree? A traversal where nodes are visited level by level, from left to right A traversal where nodes are visited from the root node to leaf nodes, following left, root, right order A traversal where nodes are visited from leaf nodes to the root node A traversal that visits nodes in random order 4 / 10 What is 'tree traversal'? The process of searching for elements in a tree The process of finding the height of a tree The process of visiting and exploring all nodes in a tree The process of deleting nodes from a tree 5 / 10 What is 'collision resolution' in hash tables? A process of deleting entries from the hash table A process of rearranging the elements in the hash table A process of handling situations where two different keys generate the same hash value A process of resizing the hash table 6 / 10 What is 'hashing' used for in data structures? To sort elements in a data structure To efficiently store and retrieve data by mapping keys to values using a hash function To implement priority queues To implement graph algorithms 7 / 10 Explain the concept of 'breadth-first search' (BFS) in graphs. A search algorithm that prioritizes exploring nodes at the same level before moving to the next level A search algorithm that explores the graph by visiting nodes in breadth-first order, visiting nodes level by level A search algorithm that explores the graph by visiting nodes as deeply as possible before backtracking A search algorithm that explores nodes in random order 8 / 10 What is a 'depth-first search' (DFS) in graphs? A search algorithm that prioritizes exploring nodes at the same level before moving to the next level A search algorithm that explores the graph by visiting nodes as deeply as possible before backtracking A search algorithm that explores the graph by visiting nodes in breadth-first order A search algorithm that explores nodes in random order 9 / 10 What is a 'binary tree'? A tree with nodes having at most one child A tree where each node has exactly two children A tree where nodes are connected in a linear manner A tree used to store key-value pairs 10 / 10 What is a 'graph traversal'? The process of sorting elements in a graph The process of finding the shortest path between two nodes in a graph The process of visiting and exploring all nodes in a graph The process of deleting nodes from a graph Your score isThe average score is 0% 0% Restart quiz