Skew binomial heap

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In computer science, a skew binomial heap (or skew binomial queue) is a variant of the binomial heap that supports worst-case O(1) insertion, rather than the O(log n) worst-case insertion from the original binomial heap. Just as binomial heaps are based on the binary number system, skew binary heaps are based on the skew binary number system.[1]

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