# BFT

### From charlesreid1

## Breadth-first traversal using queues

Breadth-first traversal: same idea as breadth-first search BFS, except for traversing the tree. So, instead of searching for something in the tree, you're performing a visit action.

When doing BFT, use a queue. The pseudocode looks like this:

add root to queue while queue not empty: remove next item from queue perform visit action on item add children queue

## Related

Graphs:

- Graphs#Graph Traversals
- Graphs/Depth First Traversal
- Graphs/Breadth First Traversal
- Graphs/Euler Tour
- Graphs/Euler Circuit

Traversals on trees:

Breadth-first search and traversal on trees:

Depth-first search and traversal on trees:

OOP design patterns:

## Flags

TreesSeries on Data Structures Abstract data type: Trees/ADT Concrete implementations: Trees/LinkedTree
Preorder traversal: Trees/Preorder Postorder traversal: Trees/Postorder In-Order traversal: Binary Trees/Inorder Breadth-First Search: BFS Breadth-First Traversal: BFT Depth-First Search: DFS Depth-First Traversal: DFT OOP Principles for Traversal: Tree Traversal/OOP Tree operations: Trees/Operations Performance
Finding Minimum in Log N Time: Tree/LogN Min Search
Abstract data type: Binary Trees/ADT Concrete implementations: Binary Trees/LinkedBinTree Binary Trees/Cheat Sheet
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