wordcount

wordcount

(ˈwɜːdˌkaʊnt)
n
(Computer Science) a computer tool that counts words
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Finding that the count remained over 14,000, "Vermillion then discovered that Rule 32(f) does not specifically include the [brief's] references to the Record and Appendix toward the wordcount" (Response at 6).
Firstly, the number of threads assigned to the three components spout, split, and count is (5, 8, 12) and keeps unchanged in the WordCount topology.
Name Major resource Introduction used TeraSort I/O Sort the input data into a total order TeraGen I/O Generate and write data into system Grep I/O Extract matching regular expression WordCount I/O Count words in the input file PiEst CPU Estimate Pi Bayes CPU Construct Bayes classifiers Matrix CPU Matrix add and multiplication gzip mixed Compress text files Bzip2 mixed Compress text files povray mixed A frame rendering tool for 3-D graphics
I'd like to believe that existential therapists--particularly the ones who write books on how to practice it--share my stance; however, finding out would mean doing a huge amount of research, rounding up the usual suspects (as the chief of police so memorably said in the film Casablanca); and my get-out-of-jail card was a looming deadline and an imposed wordcount.
Thus, we've pondered the wordcount variance between the sexes and come to the following conclusion.
Using the industry standard WordCount benchmark, a measure based on of the number words processed per second, SQLstream Blaze achieved a throughput of 4.68 million records per second per server against Apache Storm's maximum throughput of 41,376 records per second per server.