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October 2021

Created a pull request in MaterializeInc/materialize that received 6 comments

Allow half_join to yield periodically

Motivation This PR enables some experimental code intended to improve responsiveness of delta join dataflows. We are going to start with checking w…

+9 −5 6 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 3 repositories
MaterializeInc/materialize 1 merged
TimelyDataflow/timely-dataflow 1 merged
TimelyDataflow/differential-dataflow 1 merged

Created an issue in MaterializeInc/materialize that received 2 comments

AggregateFunc behavior on unique records is incorrectly guessed

When we do a reduce on an input that has a unique key that is a subset of the reduce key, we replace the Reduce with a Map. We have historically gu…

Opened 3 other issues in 2 repositories
MaterializeInc/materialize 1 closed 1 open
TimelyDataflow/differential-dataflow 1 open

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