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Counting the number of distinct elements can appear a simple task in classical web service-based applications. After all, we usually have to deal with a small subset of data that simply fits in memory and can be automatically counted with the data structures as sets. But the same task is less obvious in Big Data applications where the approximation algorithms can come to the aid. Continue Reading →