Part 3

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  • Not Current for Summer 2007 or 2008 (We use B+ tree, not B tree)
  • The official spec is not up yet.
  • As always, the spec will freeze 1 week prior to the due date.
  • Test Files

Overview

For this part of the project, you will implement a B+ Tree that implements the SortedMap interface with insertion and deletion. The B+ tree will become the new data dictionary. Depending on the input, the spatial map will use a PM1Quadtree, PM2Quadtree, or PM3Quadtree to store both cities and roads. You will also be required to make a road adjacency list for use in finding the shortest path between two cities.

Data structures

  1. Data Dictionary (B+ tree from part 2)
  2. Spatial Map (PM3 Quadtree from part 2)
  3. Road Adjacency List

Commands

The operations you will need to implement are in the spec:

  • createCity/deleteCity: You will need to be able to add/remove cities to the data dictionary. No two cities can have the same coordinates or name.
  • mapRoad/unmapRoad: Map/unmap a road in the spatial map.
  • listCities: Output a sorted (XML) list of cities in the data dictionary.
  • rangeCities: This searches the spatial data structure for all cities within a given radius of a given point. Optionally save a visual representation of the command to an image file.
  • rangeRoads
  • nearestCity: This finds the nearest city to a given point in the spatial map.
  • nearestCityToRoad
  • nearestRoad
  • printBPTree: This outputs an XML representation of the data dictionary.
  • printPMQuadtree: This outputs an XML (textual) representation of the spatial map.
  • saveMap: This outputs a visual representation (an image) of the spatial data structure. See CanvasPlus.
  • clearAll: Clears all of the data structures, removing all elements.
  • shortestPath: Computes the shortest path between two cities. Optionally saves the path to an image file or generates an HTML file for the shortest path.
  • nameRange