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ICGA
2008
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11 years 8 months ago
Move Generation with Perfect Hash Functions
We present two new perfect hashing schemes that can be used for efficient bitboard move generation for sliding pieces in chess-like board games without the need to use rotated bit...
Trevor I. Fenner, Mark Levene
WG
1993
Springer
12 years 5 hour ago
Graphs, Hypergraphs and Hashing
Minimal perfect hash functions are used for memory efficient storage and fast retrieval of items from static sets. We present an infinite family of efficient and practical algori...
George Havas, Bohdan S. Majewski, Nicholas C. Worm...
CPHYSICS
2006
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Collision-free spatial hash functions for structural analysis of billion-vertex chemical bond networks
State-of-the-art molecular dynamics (MD) simulations generate massive datasets involving billion-vertex chemical bond networks, which makes data mining based on graph algorithms s...
Cheng Zhang, Bhupesh Bansal, Paulo S. Branicio, Ra...
CVPR
2010
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Weakly-Supervised Hashing in Kernel Space
The explosive growth of the vision data motivates the recent studies on efficient data indexing methods such as locality-sensitive hashing (LSH). Most existing approaches perform...
Yadong Mu, Jialie Shen, Shuicheng Yan
EMNLP
2010
11 years 6 months ago
Storing the Web in Memory: Space Efficient Language Models with Constant Time Retrieval
We present three novel methods of compactly storing very large n-gram language models. These methods use substantially less space than all known approaches and allow n-gram probab...
David Guthrie, Mark Hepple
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