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An example of a binary tree is given in Fig. 3. e: t ∝ ln (N ) (5) However, Eq. (5) is valid only when the tree is balanced - a nearly balanced tree is easily built using a balanced tree storage and retrieval algorithm . As the CPU time for building a balanced tree is proportional to N lnN , the total contact detection CPU time is proportional to N lnN where N is the total number of discrete elements. For moderate size systems this can be ﬁne. However, with very large systems CPU constraints can become very important.
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