The humble hash aggregate (via) Today I learned that “hash aggregate” is the name for the algorithm where you split a list of tuples on a common key, run an aggregation against each resulting group and combine the results back together again—I’d previously thought if this in terms of map/reduce but hash aggregate is a much older term used widely by SQL engines—I’ve seen it come up in PostgreSQL explain query output (for GROUP BY) before but didn’t know what it meant.
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