Development of the distributed fault-tolerant data reduction framework Myriad continues apace. While we’re working towards the release, I’ve gone ahead and posted sample code so potential users can get a feel for what’s there and how to use it. The most interesting demo is probably the complete ROI detection pipeline which shows how to do everything from read the input to report the ROI in 125 lines of Java. This is a close approximation to the basic flow of the pipeline I demoed in the two month technical review video, the primary difference being that this is a single-threaded implementation. I’ll update soon with a concurrent version for comparison.
[Update Tue Oct 25 15:38:38 CDT 2016] : the concurrent version of the pipeline is now live.