fficially defined. It could

stand for "balanced" or "Bayer", after one of the original designers of the algorithms and structure. A B-tree is _not_ (necessarily?) a "binary tree".

A B+-tree (as used by IBM's VSAM) is a B-tree where the leaves are also linked sequentially, thus allowing both fast random access and sequential access to data.

[Knuth's Art of Computer Programming].

[Example algorithm?]

Last updated: 2000-01-10

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fficially defined. It couldor "Bayer", after one of the original

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