# PelemayFp

**Pelemay Fast Parallel map**: provides fast Parallel `map` function, similar to the `Enum` module, although computations will be executed in parallel using `Process.spawn/4`.

Here is a quick example on how to calculate the square of each element with PelemayFp:

|> &1 * &1)

## Installation

PelemayFp supports only Elixir v1.10 and Erlang/OTP 23+, currently, due to saving our testing efforts. It can be installed by adding `pelemay_fp` to your list of dependencies in `mix.exs`:

def deps do
    {:pelemay_fp, "~> 0.1.2"}

The docs can be found at [](

## Performance

We conducted performance evaluation of PelemayFp, Pelemay, Flow, Enum and Pmap on iMac Pro (2017):

## PelemayFpBench
benchmark name          iterations   average time 
PelemayFp                      100   16138.54 µs/op
Pelemay                        100   18533.75 µs/op
Flow (without sorting)         100   20285.11 µs/op
PelemayFp and Pelemay          100   20741.64 µs/op
Enum                            50   31926.48 µs/op
Stream                          50   40176.14 µs/op
Flow (with sorting)             10   117144.20 µs/op
Pmap                             2   586060.00 µs/op
Task.async_stream                1   1097485.00 µs/op

The source code of the benchmarks is here:

## Acknowledgement

This research is supported by Adaptable and Seamless Technology transfer
Program through Target-driven R&D (A-STEP) from Japan Science and Technology
Agency (JST) Grant Number JPMJTM20H1.

## License

Copyright 2020 Susumu Yamazaki

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