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From Luo <luo...@163.com>
Subject Re:Re: About aggregator's input data type and output data type
Date Sun, 12 Jan 2014 10:30:34 GMT

Hi,  Young
That is a choice.  
But  I just want transform A or B when each vertex computing , now I need transform A and
B.  And in my program, the  A and B are both somehow large. 
Is there another way to share global variable between each vertex beside getAggregatedValue()
?
thanks a lot !

Luo





At 2014-01-11 01:17:21,"Young Han" <young.han@uwaterloo.ca> wrote:

Hi,

One way, though not a very clean way, would be to create an object that encapsulates what
you want to store in A and B. So, say you want A to be a DoubleWritable and B to be a Writable
object with two integers. Then you could just create a Writable object having three fields:
double, int, int. You'll have to implement a custom Writable class, but you won't need a special
aggregator.


Young



On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 2:54 AM, Luo <luoict@163.com> wrote:

hi all:
org.apache.giraph.aggregators has these tow methods:
 void aggregate(A value)
  A   getAggregatedValue() 




Now I want to use  aggregate()  in vertex_program to send value of type A for global aggregating,
 however,
I want the output of custom aggregator  is  type B .


that is to say ,  
void aggregate(A value)
  B   getAggregatedValue()


Is there any idea for this? 
Thank a lot !




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Luo




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