Java代写|Software Design Project Version 1



import cs125.trees.BinaryTree;

int treeDepth(BinaryTree tree) {
return 0;

assert treeDepth(new BinaryTree<Integer>(0, 1, 2)) == 1;

Guess what? In this lesson we’ll be doing more practice with binary trees! And recursion! What could be more fun?

Warm Up Debugging Challenge

But, could it be Friday without a debugging challenge? No way!

Tree Depth

As a warm up let’s write a recursive function to determine the depth or height of a tree. As a reminder, the depth is defined as the distance from the root node to the farthest leaf node. (The depth is not defined for a empty tree, since it has no root.)

  1. // Tree Depth

Tree Node Count

Next, let’s look at an example of a recursive function that passes another data structure around. We’ll write a recursive method that returns an array with counts of the number of nodes that have zero, one, or two children. This will also prepare you for today’s homework problem—which is a tricky one!

  1. // Tree Child Count

Binary Search Tree

Finally, let’s look again at the problem of locating a node in a binary tree. We’ll start with code from our previous answer, redesign it to be more efficient, and then analyze the performance of our new approach.

import java.util.Random;

// Binary Search Tree
public class BinaryTree {
private Object value;
private BinaryTree right;
private BinaryTree left;
private Random random = new Random();

public BinaryTree(Object setValue) {
value = setValue;
public BinaryTree(Object[] values) {
assert values.length > 0;
value = values[0];
for (int i = 1; i < values.length; i++) {
private void add(Object newValue) {
if (random.nextBoolean()) {
if (right == null) {
right = new BinaryTree(newValue);
} else {
} else {
if (left == null) {
left = new BinaryTree(newValue);
} else {
public boolean findValue(Object lookingFor) {
return false;
BinaryTree tree = new BinaryTree(new String[] {“you”, “are”, “not”, “alone”});
assert tree.findValue(“not”);

Practice: Binary Tree Search Path

Let’s continue exploring recursion on binary trees. However, this problem takes a significant step forward in difficulty, so be prepared!

We’ve provided a public class BinaryTreePath with a single class method pathToValuepathToValue accepts a BinaryTree<Object> as its first parameter and an Object as its second. It returns a List<Object> containing all the values in the tree on the way to the first node with a value equal to the passed Object, or null if the tree does not contain the passed Object. We’ve handled this case already for you in the starter code. However, you should fix pathToValue so that it throws an IllegalArgumentException if either the passed tree or the passed value is null.

Our wrapper method initializes the list properly and then calls a private helper method which performs the recursion. The helper should return true if the tree contains the value, and if it does also manipulate the list properly. If the tree does not contain the value it should return false. You will want to use add(int index, Object value) to add values to the front of the list as you work your way through the tree.

This problem is hard! Here’s an outline of a solution to help get you started:

  • If you reach an empty tree, you can return false, since an empty tree does not contain the value
  • Otherwise, if this node contains the value, add yourself to the list, stop recursing, and return true.
  • Otherwise, first search your right subtree. If that succeeds, then this node is also part of the path and should be added. If not, try the left subtree.
  • If neither the right nor left subtree contains the node, you should return false and not modify the list, since this node is not on the path to the desired node.

Good luck and have fun!

Homework: BinaryTree to Map

Create a public class BinaryTreeToMap that provides a single static method toMaptoMap accepts a BinaryTree<?> and returns a Map<Object, Integer> mapping the values in the tree to the count of the times that the value appears.

Our suggestion is to have toMap create the map and then call a private recursive helper method to populate it. If the tree passed to toMap is null you should throw an IllegalArgumentException. You will need to import cs125.trees.BinaryTree, as well as Map and a Map implementation (probably HashMap) from java.util. We’ve provided some code to get you started.

For reference, cs125.trees.BinaryTree has the following public properties:

1 public class BinaryTree {
2     public Object getValue() ; // returns the value
3     public BinaryTree getRight() ; // returns the r ight node
4     public BinaryTree getLeft(); // returns the left node :
5 }