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Re^6: Heap structure for lookup?by BrowserUk (Pope)
|on May 27, 2015 at 11:42 UTC||Need Help??|
What I've come up with is a very simple & compact hash implementation:
The insertion rate of 150e6 (into a fixed-size array of just over 200e6) is less that 1/4 microsecond per; or 37 second for them all; which is fine.
If I push the number of inserts to 190e6, you can visibly see -- watching the trace of every 1e6th insertion -- the insertion rate slow down; but still the insertion rate is less than 1/2 a microsecond per.
The lookups, currently done manually by feeding some of the values traced out back in to check they are found, and a few off-the-top-of-my-head other numbers to check they aren't, and the lookup time is around 20 microseconds per, including the perl->XS->perl transitions and conversions. Which is also very acceptable:
All together, I'm really surprised that such a simple hash implementation should work quite so well; even allowing for a 25% to 10% headroom in the array.
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