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Rice University's research team will introduce PlinyCompute at this week's SIGMOD International Conference on data management.

Every exhausted programmer tries to do something like Spark.

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Logo of PlinyCompute

Pliny Compute , of Rice University , will be published on Thursday at the ACM SIGMOD meeting in 2018 . The team presented PlinyCompute in peer - reviewed conference papers ( https://dl.acm.org/assignment.cfm?id=3196933 ) .

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Chris Rice, a professor of computer science at Rice University who led the development of the platform

Jermaine said:

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Zou Jia (Jia Zou), a research scientist at Rice University and the first author of the ACM SIGMOD paper that describes PlinyCompute, said that because Spark did not consider complex calculations at the beginning of the design, its computing performance could only be raised to the present level.

Before entering Rice University in 2015, Zou Jia had spent six years studying large-scale analysis and data management systems at the IBM Research China Institute.

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Chris, a computer scientist at Rice University.

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She said that tests have shown that PlinyCompute is superior to similar tools in building high-performance tools and libraries.

Not all programmers will find it easy to write code for Pliny Compute, says Jim. Unlike Java-based coding required by Spark, the liny Compute library and model must be written in C.

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Zou Jia, a research scientist at Rice University, is the first author to introduce a new peer review of PlinyCompute.

Launched in 2014, the DARPA-funded project, which received $11 million, is dedicated to developing advanced programming tools that can be used for programmers

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For more information about installation and deployment of information, API, FAQ and tutorials, please visit plinycompute.rice.edu.

The study was supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

The other authors of the PlinyCompute SIGMOD paper include: Matthew Barnett, Tania Lorido-Botran, Shangyu Luo, Carlos Monroy, Sourav Sikdar, and they all come from the University of Rice.

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The PlinyCompute team of Rice university includes (from left to right): Shangyu Luo, Sourav Sikdar, Jia Zou, Tania Lorido, Binhang Yuan.

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