This is a C++ program to create the prufer code for a tree.

1. This algorithm generates a prufer code for the given tree.

2. For a given tree of v vertexes, a prufer code is a unique sequence of v-2 vertex indexes.

3. The time complexity to generate this code is O(v*e).

1. This algorithm takes the input of the number of vertexes for the tree.

2. Then it takes the input if vertex pairs which have an edge between them.

3. To generate prufer code it removes the leaf vertex which has lowest index value.

4. It simultaneously adds the other vertex to the prufer code from which this leaf vertex was connected.

5. This process is done till two vertex remains in the tree.

6. Exit.

This is a C++ program to create the prufer code for a tree.

This program is successfully run on Dev-C++ using TDM-GCC 4.9.2 MinGW compiler on a Windows system.

#include<iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int i, j, v, e, min, x; // Take the input of the number of vertexes of the tree. cout<<"Enter the number of vertexes of the tree: "; cin>>v; // Calculate the number of edges in the tree as 'v-1'. e = v-1; int edge[e][2], deg[v+1] = {0}; cout<<"\nFor "<<v<<" vertexes this connected tree must have exactly "<<e<<" edges.\n"; // Enter the vertex pairs which have an edge between them. cout<<"\nEnter "<<e<<" pair of vertexes for the tree.\n"; for(i = 0; i < e; i++) { cout<<"Enter the vertex pair for edge "<<i+1<<":"; cout<<"\nV(1): "; cin>>edge[i][0]; cout<<"V(2): "; cin>>edge[i][1]; deg[edge[i][0]]++; deg[edge[i][1]]++; } // Print the prufer code of the given tree. cout<<"\nThe Prufer code for the given tree is: { "; for(i = 0; i < v-2; i++) { min = 10000; // Select the vertex which have lowest index and degree as 1. for(j = 0; j < e; j++) { if(deg[edge[j][0]] == 1) { if(min > edge[j][0]) { min = edge[j][0]; x = j; } } if(deg[edge[j][1]] == 1) { if(min > edge[j][1]) { min = edge[j][1]; x = j; } } } // Remove the selected vertex by decreasing its degree to 0. deg[edge[x][0]]--; // Decrement the degree of other vertex, since we have removed the edge. deg[edge[x][1]]--; // Print the vertex from which leaf vertex is removed. if(deg[edge[x][0]] == 0) cout<<edge[x][1]<<" "; else cout<<edge[x][0]<<" "; } cout<<"}"; return 0; }

1. Take the input of the number of vertexes ‘v’.

2. Assign the number of edges ‘e’ in the tree as ‘v-1’.

3. Take input of ‘e’ vertex pairs which have a connecting edge in the graph and simultaneously maintain deg[] array, for the degree of each vertex.

4. For v vertex, prufer code contains v-2 vertex index, so run first loop on ‘i’ to remove ‘v-2’ vertexes.

5. Inside this loop, select the leaf vertex which has lowest index value from the list of edges.

6. Decrement the degree of both the vertex and remove the edge from the tree by assigning edge[x][2] to ‘0’.

7. Print the non-leaf vertex to the prufer code.

8. As a result of degree decrement, the leaf vertex will be disconnected.

9. Exit.

Case 1: Enter the number of vertexes of the tree: 4 For 4 vertexes this connected tree must have exactly 3 edges. Enter 3 pair of vertexes for the tree. Enter the vertex pair for edge 1: V(1): 1 V(2): 2 Enter the vertex pair for edge 2: V(1): 2 V(2): 3 Enter the vertex pair for edge 3: V(1): 3 V(2): 4 The Prufer code for the given tree is: { 2 3 } Case 2: Enter the number of vertexes of the tree: 6 For 6 vertexes this connected tree must have exactly 5 edges. Enter 5 pair of vertexes for the tree. Enter the vertex pair for edge 1: V(1): 1 V(2): 2 Enter the vertex pair for edge 2: V(1): 1 V(2): 3 Enter the vertex pair for edge 3: V(1): 1 V(2): 4 Enter the vertex pair for edge 4: V(1): 1 V(2): 5 Enter the vertex pair for edge 5: V(1): 5 V(2): 6 The Prufer code for the given tree is: { 1 1 1 5 }

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