Paul Larson

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Paul Larson (Per-Åke Larson) is a computer scientist. He is most famous for inventing the linear hashing algorithm with Witold Litwin. Paul Larson is currently a senior researcher in the Database Group of Microsoft Research. He is frequent chair and committee member of conferences such as VLDB, SIGMOD, and ICDE. In 2005 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery.[1]


  • Larson PA. "Dynamic Hash Tables." Communications of the ACM. April 1988, 31(4):446-57 pdf.
  1. ^ "ACM: Fellows Award - Per-Ake G Larson".

External links

  • Paul Larson MSR Page
  • UW MSR Summer Institute 2010
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