Filter Based Fast Matching of Long Patterns by Using SIMD Instructions

  title={Filter Based Fast Matching of Long Patterns by Using SIMD Instructions},
  author={M. Oguzhan K{\"u}lekci},
SIMD instructions exist in many recent microprocessors supporting parallel execution of some operations on multiple data simultaneously via a set of special instructions working on limited number of special registers. Although the usage of SIMD is explored deeply in multimedia processing, implementation of encryption/decryption algorithms, and on some scientific calculations, it has not been much addressed in pattern matching. This study introduces a filter based exact pattern matching… CONTINUE READING

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