### Cuckoo Hashing

Cuckoo hashing is a perfect hashing algorithm. It has two tables T1, T2 and uses two different hash functions h1, h2. If the hash table contains the value v, it is either in T1[h1(v)] or T2[h2(v)].

Cuckoo hashing is a perfect hashing algorithm. It has two tables T1, T2 and uses two different hash functions h1, h2. If the hash table contains the value v, it is either in T1[h1(v)] or T2[h2(v)].

Fusion is a B-tree that there are at most $w^{1/6}$ keys in a node. These keys can be compressed into a single machine word using approximate Patricia code. π Fusion Trees CS166: Data Structures

lcp(m, n) = w - 1 - msb(m xor n) where w is the number of bits in a word, and msb is β― Most-Significant Bit.

The function most-significant bit msb(n) returns the index of the highest 1 bit in the integer n. MSB can be resolved using integer algorithm to find the rank in the array of all the powers of 2.

Sardine tree is a B-tree which keys are small integers, and all the keys in a node can be packed into a single machine word. Integer algorithm exists to find the rank of a target integer in the packed node.

Splay tree is a balanced search tree that it splays the just touched node. π Splay Tree CS166: Data Structures

The data structure x-Fast Trie is a binary trie that The nodes of each layer are stored in Cuckoo hash table. Missing 0 and 1 child pointers are used to store links to siblings.

A y-Fast trie splits nodes into blocks. Each block is a balanced search tree and has 2/w to 2w nodes. The block maximums constitutes an β― x-Fast Trie. π x-Fast and y-Fast Tries CS166: Data Structures

System Proxy UWP Open PowerShell as admin (Win+X A), find the UWP package, for example, Microsoft Store Get-AppxPackage -Name '\*Store\*' Once the target app is located, get its package family name.

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