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Concurrent operations on extendible hashing and its performance


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Extendible hashing is a dynamic data structure which accommodates expansion and contraction of any stored data efficiently. In this article, an algorithm has been developed for managing concurrent operations on extendible hashing by achieving optimal memory utilization by supporting directly expansion and contraction, page split, and merge. The results of this study have been encouraging in the sense that it seems to provide a higher degree of concurrency compared to other algorithms on an extendible hash file.

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