R. Rotsted

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Hash tables are efficient storage data structures widely used in many types of high-performance computer-related problems. In their design, optimal trade-offs must be made to accommodate for the specific characteristics of the application. In this paper we present lock-free low-false-negative (LFN) tables, a family of hash tables designed to address one(More)
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