MulticoreFuture-class

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An multicore future is a future whose value will be resolved asynchronously in a parallel process

An multicore future is a future whose value will be resolved asynchronously in a parallel process

Keywords
internal
Usage
MulticoreFuture(
  expr = NULL,
  envir = parent.frame(),
  substitute = FALSE,
  globals = TRUE,
  ...
)
Arguments
expr

An R expression.

envir

The environment from where global objects should be identified.

substitute

If TRUE, argument expr is substitute():ed, otherwise not.

globals

(optional) a logical, a character vector, or a named list to control how globals are handled. For details, see section 'Globals used by future expressions' in the help for future().

...

Additional named elements passed to Future().

Value

An object of class MulticoreFuture.

See Also

To evaluate an expression using "multicore future", see function multicore().

Aliases
  • MulticoreFuture-class
  • MulticoreFuture
Documentation reproduced from package future, version 1.16.0, License: LGPL (>= 2.1)

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