The Main Event
George Reilly presents LKRhash (http://www.georgevreilly.com/content/LKRhash-for-SoftwarePE.pdf).
LKRhash is a scalable hashtable. It scales to multiple processors and to millions of items. It was invented at Microsoft in the late 90s by Paul Larson, Murali Krishnan, and George Reilly. This talk is based on an unpublished paper that was submitted to Software: Practice & Experience.
Who What Where
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