DFS (Depth-First Search) in Binary Trees and Graphs
DFS (Depth-First Search) is an algorithm for traversing a graph. DFS starts from source vertex (graph) or root (in trees) and then visits an unvisited adjacent node v. After that it checks if node v has any adjacent node which is unvisited. If it reaches a leaf node or any node having no unvisited adjacent node. It backtracks and continue traversing other nodes.
Copy and paste this URL into your WordPress site to embed
Copy and paste this code into your site to embed