The webpage of the EADS Summer School on Hashing: Theory and Applications that took place on July 14-17, 2014 at University of Copenhagen, Denmark, now features the slides of the presentation made there:

OVERVIEW AND GOAL

Hashing is used everywhere in computing and is getting increasingly important with the exploding amount of data. The summer school will provide an in-depth introduction to hashing, both theory and applications. The topics range will from modern theory of hashing, to actual implementations of hash functions that are both efficient and provide the necessary probabilistic guarantees. Application areas will be studied, from sketching and data bases, to similarity estimation, and machine learning.

Rasmus Pagh

Dictionaries with implicit keys (July 15)

Michael Mitzenmacher

Bloom Filters and Such (July 14)

Cuckoo hashing and balanced allocations (July 15)

Mikkel Thorup

High speed hashing for integers and strings (July 14)

Reliable hashing for complex applications (July 15)

Graham Cormode

Haim Kaplan

Coordinated Sampling (July 16)

John Langford

Hashing in machine learning (July 17)

Workshop July 18:

Ping Li

Suresh Venkatasubramanian

Martin Aumüller

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Dictionaries with implicit keys (July 15)

Michael Mitzenmacher

Bloom Filters and Such (July 14)

Cuckoo hashing and balanced allocations (July 15)

Mikkel Thorup

High speed hashing for integers and strings (July 14)

Reliable hashing for complex applications (July 15)

Graham Cormode

- Streams, sketching, and databases I (July 16)
- Streams, sketching, and databases II (July 17)
- Exercises
- References

Haim Kaplan

Coordinated Sampling (July 16)

John Langford

Hashing in machine learning (July 17)

Workshop July 18:

Ping Li

Suresh Venkatasubramanian

Martin Aumüller

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