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The Google Guava Libraries are a nice set of Java utility classes that will probably come in handy in any project. It provides immutable collections, string manipulation, handling primitives ,easier I/O, concurrency etc. it absolutely follows the Collections API requirements. It has support for murmur hash.
Colt distribution consists of several free Java libraries bundled under one single uniform umbrella. Namely the Colt library, the Jet library, the CoreJava library, and the Concurrent library. It provides support for resizable arrays, dense, sparse matrices, histogramming functionality, Random Number Generators etc.
Fastutil extends the Java Collections Framework by providing type-specific maps, sets, lists and queues with a small memory footprint and fast access and insertion. It also provides also big (64-bit) arrays, sets and lists, and fast, practical I/O classes for binary and text files.
A collection of Concurrent and Highly Scalable Utilities. These are intended as direct replacements for the java.util.* or java.util.concurrent.* collections but with better performance when many CPUs are using the collection concurrently.
The Google Collections Library 1.0 is a set of new collection types, implementations and related goodness for Java 5 and higher, brought to you by Google. It is a natural extension of the Java Collections Framework.
Mango is a Java library consisting of a number of iterators, algorithms and functions, loosely inspired by the C++ Standard Template Library. It has support of 12 iterators, 16 generic algorithms and variety of function types.
Trove provides fast, lightweight implementations of the java.util Collections API. These implementations are designed to be pluggable replacements for their JDK equivalents. This gap in the JDK is often addressed by using the "wrapper" classes (java.lang.Integer, java.lang.Float, etc.) with Object-based collections. For most applications, however, collections which store primitives directly will require less space and yield significant performance gains.
Commons-Collections seek to build upon the JDK classes by providing new interfaces, implementations and utilities. It provides collection class like Identity map, Ordered map, Reference map, Composite collections, Bag interface etc.