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MAP

 
mean arterial pressure.

MAP

(map),
Abbreviation for morning-after pill.

map

(map),
A representation of a region or structure, for example, of a stretch of DNA.

map

(măp)
n.
Genetics A genetic map.
tr.v. mapped, mapping, maps
Genetics To locate (a gene or DNA sequence) in a specific region of a chromosome in relation to known genes or DNA sequences.

map′pa·ble adj.
map′per n.

MAP

Abbreviation for:
magnesium ammonium phosphate
malignant atrophic papulosis
management action plan (Medspeak-UK)
mandibular angle plane
maturation-activated protein
maximum aerobic power
mean airway pressure
mean arterial pressure
mean aortic pressure
medical advantage plan
Medical Aid for Palestinians
medical aid post (military medicine)
medical assessment process
medical assistance plan
medical assistance program
medical audit programme
medically assisted procreation
Medicare Advocacy Project
Medication Access Program
medication administration record (see there)
medicinal and aromatic plant
megaloblastic anaemia of pregnancy
melphalan, adriamycin, prednisone (oncology)
membrane-associated protein
memory allocation map
mercapturic acid pathway
mesenteric arterial pressure
metaaminophenol
metaaminopyrimethamine
microtubule-associated protein(s)
microwave-assisted process
mitogen-activated protein
modular assembly prosthesis (orthopaedics)
monoclonal antibody production
monophasic action potential (cardiology)
morbidity and performance assessment
mouse antibody production
muscle action potential (neurology)
Mycobacterium avium ssp paratuberculosis

MAP

1. Mean airway pressure.
2. Mean arterial pressure.
4. Medical assistance program.
5. Melphalan, adriamycin, prednisone-oncology.
6. Modular assembly prosthesis-orthopedics.
7. Monoclonal antibody production.
8. Monophasic action potential-neurology.
9. Muscle action potential-neurology.

map

(map)
A representation of a region or structure; e.g., of a stretch of DNA.

map

(map)
A representation of a region or structure, e.g., of a stretch of DNA.
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Scanning the data includes transaction by transaction scan on the available input dataset which is done by the mappers and further mappers generate all the intermediate results which are aggregated to achieve the final result by the reducers.
Ademas, aun cuando MapReduce funciona en entornos distribuidos usualmente, dado que Aspect-Combine, al igual que In-Mapper Combining, funciona en el nodo Mapper, esta agrupacion local tiende a causar mejores rendimientos cuando dicha agregacion existe.
Both Mapper phase and Reducer phase of method run a k-means++ initialization algorithm.
This happens because, with M2, the mappers, working in parallel, share some workload with the reducers, which perform a relatively smaller amount of computation while writing results into the output file.
However, the researchers remained as unobtrusive as possible and both the Mappers were Registered Nurses with a gerontology nursing background.
(1) Effect of Number of Mappers. We design the first set of experiments by changing the number of Mappers while fixing file size and duration.
Mappers are integrated circuits (ICs) that prepare data from analog phone lines for transmission through higher-speed digital optical networks.
There was no community mapping in Sarawak when the Borneo Project began training mappers seven years ago.
When the six hours of mapping time is over, the mappers summarize the data collected and prepare it to be shared with the staff within a day or two after the mapping session.
The mapper constructs the sub similarity matrix and obtains the initial vector v0.
Enhanced computer power and the advent of geographic information system (GIS) mapping software now enables a kind of multidimensional mapmaking that the early poverty mappers would have envied.
"A group of ocean mappers at the University of New Brunswick is redrawing the world's oceans under new rules set by the United Nations, divvying up trillions of dollars worth of natural resources in huge chunks of the sea floor," according to a January 29th CBC report.