SmoothieMap - A gulp of low latency Java

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SmoothieMap is a java.util.Map implementation with worst put(k, v) operation latencies more than 100 times smaller than in ordinary hash table implementations like java.util.HashMap.

https://github.com/OpenHFT/SmoothieMap


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