Monthly Archives: November 2011

Workshop: Mapreduce’12 – 3rd International Workshop on Mapreduce and its applications)

If you are interested in Mapreduce or Hadoop I recommend submitting to or attending the following workshop. The Third International Workshop on MapReduce and its Applications (MAPREDUCE’12) June 18-19, 2012 HPDC’2012, Delft, the Netherlands. SCOPE ===== Since its introduction … Continue reading

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Workshop: Searching for fun

If you are interested in search I recommend you to consider submitting a paper to or attending the Searching 4 fun workshop* (I just joined as a program committee member) which is going to be held in Barcelona in April … Continue reading

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Mapreduce & Hadoop Algorithms in Academic Papers (5th update – Nov 2011)

The prior update of this posting was in May, and a lot has happened related to Mapreduce and Hadoop since then, e.g. 1) big software companies have started offering hadoop-based software (Microsoft and Oracle), 2) Hadoop-startups have raised record amounts, … Continue reading

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