Marieta Maglas

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Algorithm of a Tree (Sextuple Crystalline Poetry)


(A two line image poem, often with a title, in which euphony is the key factor.
Each line may have 8 or 9 syllables to make a total of seventeen)

A free tree is never rooted,
Infinite complete binary tree.

A finger tree has internal nodes and
Each one in this tree has child nodes.

And their connection is a walk,
Parents and children walking the tree.

Nodes without children are called leaves,
While roots are leaves for the finger trees.

Very intelligent are the words tree,
Trees-no one-to-one correspondence,


Adaptive merging operation,
Implementing finger search trees.

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Submitted: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: tree


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