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Author jdemeyer
Recipients eric.smith, jdemeyer, mark.dickinson, rhettinger, sir-sigurd, tim.peters
Date 2018-10-03.10:34:14
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A (simplified and slightly modified version of) xxHash seems to work very well, much better than SeaHash. Just like SeaHash, xxHash also works in parallel. But I'm not doing that and just using this for the loop:

    for y in t:
        y ^= y * (PRIME32_2 - 1)
        acc += y
        acc = ((acc << 13) + (acc >> 19))  # rotate left by 13 bits
        acc *= MULTIPLIER

Plain xxHash does "y *= PRIME32_2" or equivalently "y += y * (PRIME32_2 - 1)". Replacing that += by ^= helps slightly with my new tuple test.
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