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 N  CPU secs Elapsed secs Memory KB Code B ≈ CPU Load

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jruby (1.9.3p392) 2014-10-28 4e93f31 on Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM 1.8.0_25-b17 +jit [linux-i386]

 binary-trees-redux Ruby JRuby #2 program source code

# The Computer Language Benchmarks Game
# contributed by Jesse Millikan
# Modified by Wesley Moxam and Michael Klaus

def item_check(left, item, right)
  return item if left.nil?
  item + item_check(*left) - item_check(*right)

def bottom_up_tree(item, depth)
  return [nil, item, nil] if depth == 0
  item_item = 2 * item
  depth -= 1
  [bottom_up_tree(item_item - 1, depth), item, bottom_up_tree(item_item, depth)]

max_depth = ARGV[0].to_i
min_depth = 4

max_depth = [min_depth + 2, max_depth].max

stretch_depth = max_depth + 1
stretch_tree = bottom_up_tree(0, stretch_depth)

puts "stretch tree of depth #{stretch_depth}\t check: #{item_check(*stretch_tree)}"
stretch_tree = nil

long_lived_tree = bottom_up_tree(0, max_depth)

base_depth = max_depth + min_depth
min_depth.step(max_depth + 1, 2) do |depth|
  iterations = 2 ** (base_depth - depth)

  check = 0

  for i in 1..iterations
    temp_tree = bottom_up_tree(i, depth)
    check += item_check(*temp_tree)

    temp_tree = bottom_up_tree(-i, depth)
    check += item_check(*temp_tree)

  puts "#{iterations * 2}\t trees of depth #{depth}\t check: #{check}"

puts "long lived tree of depth #{max_depth}\t check: #{item_check(*long_lived_tree)}"

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