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The MR-MPI library is written in C++ and is callable from hi-level langauges such as C++, C, Fortran. A Python wrapper is also included, so MapReduce programs can be written in Python, including map() and reduce() user callback methods. A hi-level scripting interface to the MR-MPI library, called OINK, is also included which can be used to develop and chain MapReduce algorithms together in scripts with commands that simplify data management tasks. OINK has its own manual and doc pages.
This package contains the documentation for MapReduce-MPI libraries.
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