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hashing

[′hash·iŋ]
(computer science)
A method for converting representations of values within fields, usually keys, to a more compact form.
An addressing technique that uses keys to store and retrieve data in a file.

hashing

hashing

Creating hash totals or hash tables. See hash total and hash table.
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html) more than 90 percent of web encryption was still using the SHA-1 hashing function.
Exhibit 5 illustrates the results of using Ophcrack, a hacker program that employs rainbow tables to crack passwords encoded by the LAN Manager hashing system, which Windows XP uses to encrypt and store user passwords.
Bosworth is the founder of the Eugene group, which is by no means the only hashing club.
Digital signatures are created from asymmetric and hashing algorithms and used to authenticate the sender and prove the data hasn't been tampered with in transit.
A performance comparison of several hashing techniques is offered by Lum et al.
Our objective is to improve upon current hashing techniques by eliminating the problems of wasted space and time.
Hashing is quite simple in concept, but provides an infinite variety of running experiences.
To improve the performance of NN search with binary codes, binary hashing has been proposed [4, 8] and is becoming increasingly popular.
I read with interest Peter Pearson's article, "Fast Hashing of Variable-Length Text Strings" (JUne 1990, pp.
Savas, "Efficient Hardware Implementations of High Throughput SHA-3 Candidates Keccak, Luffa and Blue Midnight Wish for Single- and Multi-Message Hashing," Td SHA-3 Candidate Conference, pp.