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Bloom Filter : A Probabilistic Data Structure

Bloom filter is a probabilistic data structure invented by Burton Howard Bloom in 1970. It allows for membership check in constant space and time. Bloom filter trades exactness for efficiency and has a large number of applications in software engineering.

Some of the properties of bloom filters are

  • It allows for membership lookups in constant space & time




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Vivek Kumar Singh

Vivek Kumar Singh

Strong Interest in CloudNative, Distributed Systems, and System Design.

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