Skip to Content

Efficient Creation and Implementation of Perfect Hash Families

The goal of this research project is to create the largest Perfect Hash Families (PHF) possible in the most efficient manner while simultaneously maximizing the efficiency of the system in which they are being implemented. A PHF is an array in which any selection of t-columns, the degree of separation, will always contain at least one row in which all of the t-values are unique as such arrays are extremely valuable in the realm of cybersecurity and computer networking. Current work covers the efficient generation of PHFs and future work will involve efficiently repairing arrays that are not quite PHFs.

Symposium Participant

Portrait of Debeurre, Nicholas

Nicholas Debeurre

Project Details

Symposium Date: Fall 2018

Research Theme: Security

Presentation Type: FURI

Faculty Mentors

  • Charles Colbourn