Asymmetric Key-Value Split Pattern Assumption Over MapReduce Behavioral Model

Actual quantifiability is a concept in MapReduce that is based on two assumptions: every mapper is cautious, i.e., does not exclude any reducer's key-value split pattern choice from consideration, and every mapper respects the reducer's key-value split pattern preferences, i.e., deems one reducer's key-value split pattern choice to be infinitely more likely than another whenever it premises the reducer to prefer the one to the other. In this paper the authors provide a new approach for actual quantifiability, by assuming that mappers have asymmetric key-value split pattern about the reducer's key-value utilities.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Security Date Added: Jan 2014 Format: PDF

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