Here’s a paper from Stanford showing how to use MapReduce to scalably implement ten different machine learning algorithms!
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Good link. Thanks!
Hm… good find. I’m going to have to read this one.
We’ve been planing on OSSing a similar framework to Mapreduce which I’ve been meaning on pinging you about.
Anyway. More to come.
Wow that is definitely very cool! It’s great not having to worry about hardware and communication stuff and still be able to parallelize all these important algorithms so easily.
I’m studying Nutch and I think you could help me, please!
mencari sumber lain
Thanks for the link… ;)
What is the easier way to understand about MapReduce-hadoop?
Trying to understand the hard works. Thanks for the knowledge sharing…
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