Version 3.0 of Sux data structures

Release Notes: This is part of a parallel release of fastutil, the DSI Utilities, Sux4J, MG4J, WebGraph, etc. that prepare the way for "big" versions, that is, supporting >2^31 entries in arrays (simulated), elements in lists, terms, documents, nodes, etc. Some bugfixes, significant improvements in space usage during function construction, and moreover now all structures support big collections.

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    •  25 Feb 2012 01:19

      Release Notes: This release fixes minor inconsistencies in the values returned on empty functions. Sux4J can now be found on Maven Central.

      •  14 Sep 2011 21:50

        Release Notes: This is part of a parallel release of fastutil, the DSI Utilities, Sux4J, MG4J, WebGraph, etc. that prepare the way for "big" versions, that is, supporting >2^31 entries in arrays (simulated), elements in lists, terms, documents, nodes, etc. Some bugfixes, significant improvements in space usage during function construction, and moreover now all structures support big collections.

        •  26 Nov 2010 11:54

          Release Notes: Several fixes were made to rank/select classes. The chunked hash store used to compute succinct functions and minimal perfect hash functions is now much faster.

          •  06 Apr 2009 21:09

            Release Notes: A whole new set of compressed high-performance data structures has been added to Sux4J.

            •  13 Apr 2008 17:24

            Release Notes: This release provides a new monotone minimal perfect hash function that uses log log l bits per string, where l is the string length in bits.

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