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Q Ethan McCallum is a consultant, writer, and technology enthusiast, though perhaps not in that order. His work has appeared online on The O’Reilly Network and Java.net, and also in print publications such as C/C++ Users Journal, Doctor Dobb’s Journal, and Linux Magazine. In his professional roles, he helps companies to make smart decisions about data and technology.
Stephen Weston has been working in high performance and parallelcomputing for over 25 years. He was employed at Scientific Computing Associates in the 90's, working on the Linda programming system, invented by David Gelernter. He was also a founder of Revolution Computing, leading the development of parallel computing packages for R, including nws, foreach, doSNOW, and doMC. He works at Yale University as an HPC Specialist.
As a starter of parallel in R, this book does not really explain clearly.Published 3 months ago by Y
A good introduction to the subject but not very helpful in learning how to use R on a parallel environment.Published 13 months ago by ConstantinosL
The packages are out of date and have been replaced by ones that are more comprehensive. Still offers a good explanation of parallel programming.Published 22 months ago by Justin Brandenburg