lib/tree/utils/metrics_methods.rb

```
# metrics_methods.rb - This file is part of the RubyTree package.
#
# = metrics_methods.rb - Provides methods for various tree measurements
#
# Author:: Anupam Sengupta (anupamsg@gmail.com)
#
# Time-stamp: <2017-12-21 12:49:25 anupam>
#
# Copyright (C) 2013, 2015, 2017 Anupam Sengupta <anupamsg@gmail.com>
#
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require_relative '../../../lib/tree'
require 'structured_warnings'
module Tree::Utils
# Provides utility functions to measure various tree metrics.
module TreeMetricsHandler
# noinspection RubyUnusedLocalVariable
def self.included(base)
# @!group Metrics and Measures
# @!attribute [r] size
# Total number of nodes in this (sub)tree, including this node.
#
# Size of the tree is defined as:
#
# Size:: Total number nodes in the subtree including this node.
#
# @return [Integer] Total number of nodes in this (sub)tree.
def size
inject(0) {|sum, node| sum + 1 if node}
end
# @!attribute [r] length
# Convenience synonym for {#size}.
#
# @deprecated This method name is ambiguous and may be removed. Use
# {#size} instead.
#
# @return [Integer] The total number of nodes in this (sub)tree.
# @see #size
def length
self.size
end
# @!attribute [r] node_height
# Height of the (sub)tree from this node. Height of a node is defined as:
#
# Height:: Length of the longest downward path to a leaf from the node.
#
# - Height from a root node is height of the entire tree.
# - The height of a leaf node is zero.
#
# @return [Integer] Height of the node.
def node_height
return 0 if is_leaf?
1 + @children.collect { |child| child.node_height }.max
end
# @!attribute [r] node_depth
# Depth of this node in its tree. Depth of a node is defined as:
#
# Depth:: Length of the node's path to its root. Depth of a root node is
# zero.
#
# *Note* that the deprecated method {#depth} was incorrectly computing
# this value. Please replace all calls to the old method with
# {#node_depth} instead.
#
# {#level} is an alias for this method.
#
# @return [Integer] Depth of this node.
def node_depth
return 0 if is_root?
1 + parent.node_depth
end
# @!attribute [r] level
# Alias for {#node_depth}
#
# @see #node_depth
def level
node_depth
end
# @!attribute [r] depth
# Depth of the tree from this node. A single leaf node has a depth of 1.
#
# This method is *DEPRECATED* and may be removed in the subsequent
# releases. Note that the value returned by this method is actually the:
#
# _height_ + 1 of the node, *NOT* the _depth_.
#
# For correct and conventional behavior, please use {#node_depth} and
# {#node_height} methods instead.
#
# @return [Integer] depth of the node.
#
# @deprecated This method returns an incorrect value. Use the
# {#node_depth} method instead.
#
# @see #node_depth
def depth
warn StructuredWarnings::DeprecatedMethodWarning,
'This method is deprecated. '\
'Please use node_depth() or node_height() instead (bug # 22535)'
return 1 if is_leaf?
1 + @children.collect { |child| child.depth }.max
end
# @!attribute [r] breadth
# Breadth of the tree at this node's level.
# A single node without siblings has a breadth of 1.
#
# Breadth is defined to be:
# Breadth:: Number of sibling nodes to this node + 1 (this node itself),
# i.e., the number of children the parent of this node has.
#
# @return [Integer] breadth of the node's level.
def breadth
is_root? ? 1 : parent.children.size
end
# @!attribute [r] in_degree
# The incoming edge-count of this node.
#
# In-degree is defined as:
# In-degree:: Number of edges arriving at the node (0 for root, 1 for
# all other nodes)
#
# - In-degree = 0 for a root or orphaned node
# - In-degree = 1 for a node which has a parent
#
# @return [Integer] The in-degree of this node.
def in_degree
is_root? ? 0 : 1
end
# @!attribute [r] out_degree
# The outgoing edge-count of this node.
#
# Out-degree is defined as:
# Out-degree:: Number of edges leaving the node (zero for leafs)
#
# @return [Integer] The out-degree of this node.
def out_degree
is_leaf? ? 0 : children.size
end
# @!endgroup
end # self.included
end
end
```