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An Indexable Skiplist is a skiplist with the added property that it can quickly lookup the $m$th entry (in order) in a skiplist in $O(\log n)$ time in a skiplist of $n$ entries. In other words, it takes a skiplist that is not an indexable skiplist $O(n)$ time, on average, to find the $m$th element in order in a skiplist, while an ordered skiplist can do ...


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