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Do ternary heap have better memory cache behavior than binary heap.

(a) True

(b) False

This intriguing question originated from Ternary heap topic in section Heap of Data Structures & Algorithms I

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The correct choice is (a) True

The best explanation: Ternary heap is a type of data structure in the field of computer science. It is a part of the Heap data structure family. Due to the swapping process, they have better memory cache behavior.

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