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On Universal Classes of Extremely Random Constant Time Hash Functions and Their TimeSpace Tradeoff
"... A family of functions F that map [0; n] 7! [0; n], is said to be hwise independent if any h points in [0; n] have an image, for randomly selected f 2 F , that is uniformly distributed. This paper gives both probabilistic and explicit randomized constructions of n ffl wise independent functions, ..."
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A family of functions F that map [0; n] 7! [0; n], is said to be hwise independent if any h points in [0; n] have an image, for randomly selected f 2 F , that is uniformly distributed. This paper gives both probabilistic and explicit randomized constructions of n ffl wise independent functions, ffl ! 1, that can be evaluated in constant time for the standard random access model of computation. Simple extensions give comparable behavior for larger domains. As a consequence, many probabilistic algorithms can for the first time be shown to achieve their expected asymptotic performance for a feasible model of computation. This paper also establishes a tight tradeoff in the number of random seeds that must be precomputed for a random function that runs in time T and is hwise independent. Categories and Subject Descriptors: E.2 [Data Storage Representation]: Hashtable representation; F.1.2 [Modes of Computation]: Probabilistic Computation; F2.3 [Tradepffs among Computational Measures]...