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How will anyone use the result of your efforts? If you intend others to use your result, you either have to provide a library that can be used from the mainstream programming languages, or work in that language. If you don't care, I suppose there is no point in asking the question, except that others may find your code harder to read, or they will not bother ...


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The canonical use for Hadoop processes as a tree. The initial query range is split into sub-ranges. The query for each sub-range is sent to the node which stores the data for that sub-range. The job runs on the node for that node's sub-range of data and reports its answer back. The sub-answers are aggregated at the higher lever to answer the initial ...


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Here's what I've done to try and solve the scenario of the outliers. Re-simulating my entire season, knowing what each player SHOULD be ranked at the end of the regular season, and season ending tournament. Obviously when there are "upsets" in the season-ending tournament, it won't come out exact, but I feel this gave me the closest results that work for ALL ...


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Why did algorithm S do better at beating humans than algorithm H? Because S was a better model of human behaviour. The obvious difference is that S (Shannon) had a short memory and H (Hagelbarger) had one that was longer. We can hypothesise that humans play this game with more short term than long term consistency. Obviously to check our hypothesis will ...



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