In the context of GIS, parallel processing is a programming paradigm used to speed up computationally intensive geoprocessing tasks by executing them over multiple CPU cores or threads.

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Python scaling issues and possible subprocess conflicts?

I have always found such great analytical and programming expertise on StackExchange in the past that I hope you can help me. Background: I have a project that involves spatially joining and ...
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Sending commands into FGDB

I have a large .gdb of all blocks in the United States, available from Census. I would like to create a point shape file of all census tract centroids in the US. I have QGIS with FileGDB enabled, as ...
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A Distributed Cost-Distance Algorithm

I'm currently trying to implement a distributed cost-distance algorithm, however I can't seem to invent my own and still make it fast. I've been googling around a bit but haven't found anything that ...
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Unserialize socklist error when using rasterEngine in r

Basically, I am running the "rasterEngine" function in R. I want to use parallelization to change values in a raster image (I have around 400 images that I need to work on). However, the rasterEngine ...