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#Actualwh1sp3rik

Posted 18 January 2013 - 03:31 AM

Linear time, wau.

 

When i am building that hash and storing what i have seen so far, it's getting bigger and bigger and i have to search it to find a vertex if it's there or not, it doesn't look like linear. Perhaps i have to think about it more smile.png it will be nice to see some pseudocode.

 

thank you

 

edit: i just saw some small examples using hashes and i have a better view now

edit2: there can be another problem, most of verticles don't have to be exact same, but there can be small difference 0.001, so these will be "warped" into one.


#2wh1sp3rik

Posted 18 January 2013 - 03:24 AM

Linear time, wau.

 

When i am building that hash and storing what i have seen so far, it's getting bigger and bigger and i have to search it to find a vertex if it's there or not, it doesn't look like linear. Perhaps i have to think about it more smile.png it will be nice to see some pseudocode.

 

thank you

 

edit: i just saw some small examples using hashes and i have a better view now


#1wh1sp3rik

Posted 18 January 2013 - 03:12 AM

Linear time, wau.

 

When i am building that hash and storing what i have seen so far, it's getting bigger and bigger and i have to search it to find a vertex if it's there or not, it doesn't look like linear. Perhaps i have to think about it more :) it will be nice to see some pseudocode.

 

thank you


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