Sys V R4 simply acknowledged that reality, bowing to the technical community's mandate. And so, here we are. The 'ps' Linux uses has two sets of command-line options to please everybody. There are also verbose long options, and two sets of output formats.
Quadratic probing will traverse all entries for sure if of entries is a prime number. Looks like you didn't do your homework: My memory failed me. So usually it is implemented as: You can not simplify it.
I don't see the quadratic function for sizes of power of 2 is simpler than what I use. It probes all elements of table of size 2n and has good cache locality for first few probes.
So if you store 32bit hash sum there, it will be very fast to check. The only idea I like in your proposal is a better code locality argument. Also as I wrote before your proposal means just throwing away the biggest part of hash value even if it is a bit hash.
I don't think ignoring the big part of the hash is a good idea as it probably worsens collision avoiding. Better code locality also means more collision probability. However only benchmarking can tell this for sure. But I have reasonable doubts that it will be better.
Also about storing only part of the hash. Can it affect rubygems?
It may be a part of API. But I don't know anything about it. In any case trying your proposal is a very low-priority task for me high priority task is a small table representation. May be somebody else will try it. It is not a wise approach to try it all and then stop.
I prefer improvements step by step. Updated by vmakarov Vladimir Makarov over 2 years ago Yura Sokolov wrote: It will limit hash size to elements, but even with this "small" table it means that hash will consume at least GB of memory before limits reached. I routinely use a few machines for my development with GB memory.
In a few years, there is a big probability of non-volatile memory with capacity of modern hard disks with access time comparable with the current memory and CPUs will have insns for access to it. At least some companies are working on these new technologies. So opposite to you, I don't believe that we should make it bit.
Besides I tried it. My goal was to make the array entry smaller for small or medium size tables in hope that it will improve the performance.MIME-Version: Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="=grupobittia.com71E3C0" Tento dokument je webová stránka tvořená jedním souborem, rovněž .
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