2010 conference paper

Simplified self-adapting skip lists

Intelligent data engineering and automated learning - ideal 2010, 6283, 126–136.

By: J. Pittard n & A. Tharp n

TL;DR: The Simplified Self-Adapting Skip List, a practical new extension of the Skip List data structure, is designed for use with data that exhibit bias, that is, a nonuniform distribution of queries to set elements, and adapts itself to a consistently nearly-optimal configuration, improving search efficiency and speed. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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