Definitions

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  • noun One who maps

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a clerk who marks data on a chart

Etymologies

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to map + -er

Examples

  • As the output types from the mapper are the same as the reducer then this is possible.

    Site Home

  • Due to the worldwide success of SubSonic, James converted in 2008 to this O / R mapper, which is currently one of the market-leading data-access solutions for.

    Geekzone: IT, mobility, wireless and handheld news

  • Each boat gets its own dedicated, interactive web page "mapper" with photos of the boat and updated news clips.

    Boat Race Tracking on Google Maps

  • Each boat gets its own dedicated, interactive web page "mapper" with photos of the boat and updated news clips.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Contributions are levied from the public, and enforced by the "mapper," by which they are seized and held until they have paid.

    Lynton and Lynmouth A Pageant of Cliff & Moorland

  • Each step must reference application - specific "mapper" and / or "reducer" code (Java JARs or scripting code for use via the Streaming model).

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  • Each step must reference application-specific "mapper" and / or "reducer" code (Java JARs or scripting code for use via the Streaming model).

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Each step must reference application-specific "mapper" and / or "reducer" code (Java JARs or scripting code for use via the Streaming model).

    Webware.com

  • "mapper" (which is conjectured to be a misreading for "snapper"), and representing the teeth and jaws of a horse.

    Lynton and Lynmouth A Pageant of Cliff & Moorland

  • “And it's confirmed: the mapper isn't breaking through.”

    Fishers of Hope

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