# SCIP

Solving Constraint Integer Programs

SCIP_PQueue Struct Reference

## Detailed Description

priority queue data structure Elements are stored in an array, which grows dynamically in size as new elements are added to the queue. The ordering is done through a pointer comparison function. The array is organized as follows. The root element (that is the "best" element $r$ with $r <= x$ for all $x$) is stored in position 0. The children of an element at position $p$ are stored at positions $q_1 = 2*p+1$ and $q_2 = 2*p+2$. That means, the parent of the element at position $q$ is at position $p = (q-1)/2$. At any time, the condition holds that $p <= q$ for each parent $p$ and its children $q$. Insertion and removal of single elements needs time $O(log n)$.

Definition at line 69 of file struct_misc.h.

#include <struct_misc.h>

## Public Member Functions

SCIP_DECL_SORTPTRCOMP ((*ptrcomp))

## Data Fields

SCIP_Real sizefac

void ** slots

int len

int size

## ◆ SCIP_DECL_SORTPTRCOMP()

 SCIP_PQueue::SCIP_DECL_SORTPTRCOMP ( * ptrcomp )

compares two data elements

## ◆ sizefac

 SCIP_Real SCIP_PQueue::sizefac

memory growing factor

Definition at line 71 of file struct_misc.h.

Referenced by pqueueResize().

## ◆ slots

 void** SCIP_PQueue::slots

array of element slots

Definition at line 73 of file struct_misc.h.

Referenced by pqueueResize(), SCIPpqueueElems(), SCIPpqueueFirst(), SCIPpqueueInsert(), and SCIPpqueueRemove().

## ◆ len

 int SCIP_PQueue::len

number of used element slots

Definition at line 74 of file struct_misc.h.

## ◆ size

 int SCIP_PQueue::size

total number of available element slots

Definition at line 75 of file struct_misc.h.

Referenced by pqueueResize().