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We push and pop from each stack as suggested in connection with Fig. 3. However, if pushing onto stack i causes TOP(i) to equal BOTTOM(i-1), we first move all the stacks so that there is an appropriate size gap between each adjacent pair of stacks. For example, we might make the gaps above all stacks equal, or we might make the gap above stack i proportional to the current size of stack i (on the theory that larger stacks are likely to grow sooner, and we want to postpone as long as possible the next reorganization).

To see how an empty queue is represented, let us first consider a queue of one element. rear point to the same position. next end; { DEQUEUE } Fig. 19. Implementation of queue commands. clockwise; forming an empty queue. front, which is exactly the same relative position as when the queue had maxlength elements. We thus see that even though the array has maxlength places, we cannot let the queue grow longer than maxlength-1, unless we introduce another mechanism to distinguish empty queues. Basic Abstract DataTypes 43 44 Basic Abstract DataTypes Fig.

However, if pushing onto stack i causes TOP(i) to equal BOTTOM(i-1), we first move all the stacks so that there is an appropriate size gap between each adjacent pair of stacks. For example, we might make the gaps above all stacks equal, or we might make the gap above stack i proportional to the current size of stack i (on the theory that larger stacks are likely to grow sooner, and we want to postpone as long as possible the next reorganization). 52 Basic Abstract DataTypes Basic Abstract DataTypes 53 a.

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