Distributed Multithread Apriori (DMTA)

A parallel implementation using MPI and OpenMP to Apriori algorithm

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DMTA (Distributed Multithreaded Apriori) is a parallel implementation of Apriori algorithm, which exploits the parallelism at the level of threads and processes, seeking to perform load balancing among the cores. Was implemented in C++ language, using the parallelization libraries OpenMP and MPI. The algorithm was generated as a result of a project developed by André Camilo Bolina, under the guidance of teachers Marluce Rodrigues Pereira, Ahmed Ali Abdalla Esmin and Denilson Alves Pereira, in Department of Computer Science at Federal University of Lavras. The results of this project were published in the Revista de Sistemas de Informação da FSMA and is available in http://www.fsma.edu.br/si/edicao11/FSMA_SI_2013_1_Principal_1.html

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