Use of Associativity in Hashing

In this short post, I will talk about the concept of Associativity in Hashing. This is a fairly well known method so the article might be an old hat for some readers. When implementing a collision resolution strategy for our hash table design, there are usually two directions that we take: Chaining - There is... Continue Reading →


Linear Hashing

In this blog post, I will give an introduction to a hashing methodology called Linear Hashing. Hash Table Detour A hash table is a well known in-memory structure that supports key-value access with lookup cost being amortized O(1). The hash table is just an array, and each location/index in the array stores a <KEY,VALUE> item.... Continue Reading →

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