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This paper describes an experimental study to compare the performance of various dynamically resizable bit-vector implementations for the C++ programming language. We compare the std::vector from the Standard Template Library (STL), boost::dynamic_bitset from Boost, Qt::QBitArray from QT Software, and BitMagic's bm::bvector<> with one another. We also compare std::vector from the STL with these because it is a dynamically resizable vector implementation that has been suggested to be andoi:10.1145/1899503.1899530 dblp:conf/saicsit/PieterseKCW10 fatcat:mf7dp7abl5gllhiluk6em5xk7a