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### Algorithm to compute the Kruskal’s Tree function

Sure. The definition of the TREE function is "the largest $m$ so that... there is a sequence $T_1,\dots,T_m$..." So it suffices to build an algorithm to iterate over $m:=1,2,3,\dots$, and ...
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### Three way merge AST: how to match nodes that are not uniquely identified

I don't know whether there is any literature, but given that you've found one paper, a reasonable approach would be to use Google Scholar to examine other work that cites it. I would imagine that a ...
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### Number of leaves in complete binary tree

[…] does both complete binary tree (last level is not full) and perfect binary tree, number of leaves are ⌈n/2⌉ for a tree with n nodes ? Yes! Every perfect binary tree is a full binary tree, so is ...
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A full binary tree is a binary tree where every node is either a leaf or is internal with two children. Is such a tree has $k$ internal nodes then it has $k+1$ leaves. Thus when the total number of ...