I'm looking for a HashFunction(X,Y: Integer): Integer that is monotonically increasing on X, then Y. So: HashFunction(x1,y1) > HashFunction(x2,y2) if x1>x2 HashFunction(x,y1) > HashFunction(x,y2) if ...
While using Linear probing method to implement hashing, when we delete and element, the position of the deleted element is declared as a tombstone/ mark it as deleted. Why can't we just shift all the ...
I am going to be developing a program that detects duplicate files and I was wondering what the best/fastest method would be to do this? I am more interested in what the best hash algorithm would be ...
So I have a quick question about the linear probing method of collision resolution in hash tables. So by definition a linear probing method would look like: while (hashTable[hash] != null) hash = ...
Possible Duplicate: Which hashing algorithm is best for uniqueness and speed? I have created a hash algorithm and would like to test if it is usable. What do I need to test and how?
Suppose I have a dictionary of ASCII words stored in uppercase. I also want to save those words into separate files so that the total word count of each file is approximately the same. By simply ...
Which hashing algorithm is best for uniqueness and speed? Example (good) uses include hash dictionaries. I know there are things like SHA-256 and such, but these algorithms are designed to be ...