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F. Kounelis, A. Kanavos, Ph. Mylonas
Improving the Run-Time of Space-Efficient n-Gram Data Structures Using Apache Spark
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology Volume 1338, Springer, In Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, P. Vlamos (ed.)
ABSTRACT
Storing information in memory efficiently isone of the most significant challenges in computer science. The two main factors that consist an efficient data structure is the reduction of space and time consumption. There is a plethora of different tools able to reduce the run-time of a process, and Apache Spark is one of these; it is a computing framework that is using clusters to execute a process. There are two key features in this software, a directed acyclic graph (DAG) that maps the execution process and the resilient distributed datasets (RDD), which allow large in-memory computations. In order to construct a data structure, which is space- and time-efficient, we have to utilize the corresponding framework. A comparison of the run-time improvement with the use of Spark is also provided. Finally, to prove the efficacy of this software tool, we construct a space-efficient data structure and compare the run-time with and without its use.
16 July , 2022
F. Kounelis, A. Kanavos, Ph. Mylonas, "Improving the Run-Time of Space-Efficient n-Gram Data Structures Using Apache Spark ", Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology Volume 1338, Springer, In Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, P. Vlamos (ed.)
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