Communication Patterns in Cloud Haskell (Part 3)

Posted on October 12, 2012


In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series we described a number of ways in which we might compute the number of prime factors of a set of numbers in a distributed manner. Abstractly, these examples can be described as

a problem (computing the number of prime factors of 100 natural numbers) is split into subproblems (factorizing each number), those subproblems are solved by slave nodes, and the partial results are then combined (summing the number of factors)