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Increasingly, organizations capture, transform and analyze enormous data sets. Prominent examples include internet companies and e-science. The Map-Reduce scalable dataflow paradigm has become popular for these applications. Its simple, explicit dataflow programming model is favored by some over the traditional high-level declarative approach: SQL. On the other hand, the extreme simplicity of Map-Reduce leads to much low-level hacking to deal with the many-step, branching dataflows that arisedoi:10.14778/1687553.1687568 fatcat:o6bzn5xx2fgjtp4onluwa3k3ti