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Use avro for serialization of structured documents.

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      Explore the intersection between Writables and Avro to see how serialization can be improved within Mahout.

      An intermediate goal is the provide a structured document format that can be serialized using Avro as an Input/OutputFormat and Writable

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            Drew Farris
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            Drew Farris
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