Tries are a hybrid data structure combining a tree and hash table to provide O(k) lookup for k-character words, popular for use cases like typeahead and autocomplete.
Binary Heaps are binary-tree based data structures that can be used to implement a Priority Queue and provide O(1) insert and find-minimum performance.
Binary space partitioning recursively subdivides a space. It is an application of binary trees and often used for procedurally generated game levels or computational art.
Binary Search Trees are are a data structure allowing O(log(N)) lookup of entries. We implement insertion, traversal, and search methods for Binary Search Trees.
The Singly Linked List is a classic data structure. We implement length, insert, remove, and search methods, and compare the Linked List's big-O complexity to arrays.