Google's MapReduce programming model - Revisited

  title={Google's MapReduce programming model - Revisited},
  author={Ralf L{\"a}mmel},
  journal={Sci. Comput. Program.},
Google’s MapReduce programming model serves for processing large data sets in a massively parallel manner. We deliver the first rigorous description of the model including its advancement as Google’s domain-specific language Sawzall. To this end, we reverse-engineer the seminal papers on MapReduce and Sawzall, and we capture our findings as an executable specification. We also identify and resolve some obscurities in the informal presentation given in the seminal papers. We use typed functional… CONTINUE READING
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