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Xr , each less than m, and a = a0 , . . m − 1], then the set of functions ha (x) = 0≤i≤r ai xi mod m is universal. © 1999 by CRC Press LLC Hashing in Secondary Storage All the hashing methods we have covered can be extended to secondary storage. In this setting, keys are usually stored in buckets, each holding a number of keys, and the hash function is used to select a bucket, not a particular key. Instead of the problem of collisions, we need to address the problem of bucket overflow. The analysis of the performance of these methods is notoriously harder than that of the main memory version, and few exact results exist [34].

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That is, Un = O(log n/ log(p + 1)). Note that for p = 1 we obtain the binary search result, as expected. It is possible to prove that is not possible to do it better. In the PRAM model, the optimal speed-up is when the work done by p processors is p times the work of the optimal sequential algorithm. In this case, the total work is p log n/ log p, which is larger than log n. In other words, searching in a sorted set cannot be solved with optimal speed-up. If we restrict the PRAM model also to exclusive reads (EREW), then Un = O(log n − log p), which is even worse.

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