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  • SwatiSood
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    In various contexts, "clusters" can refer to different concepts. In computing, "clusters" often refers to a group of interconnected computers or servers that work together to perform a task or provide a service. These clusters can be used for various purposes such as data processing, high-performance computing, or hosting websites and applications.

    In data science and statistics, "clusters" refer to groups of similar data points within a dataset. Clustering algorithms are used to identify these groups based on similarities or patterns in the data. Clustering is commonly used in tasks such as customer segmentation, anomaly detection, and pattern recognition.

    In biology, "clusters" can refer to groups of cells or organisms that share certain characteristics or functions. For example, in genetics, gene clusters are groups of genes that are closely located on a chromosome and often function together.

    In general, "clusters" refer to groups or collections of related entities that are grouped together based on certain criteria or characteristics. The specific meaning of "clusters" can vary depending on the context in which it is used.

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  • Mohit Rana
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    Clusters can refer to various concepts depending on the context. In general, a cluster is a group of similar things or entities that are close together or grouped in some way. Here are a few common meanings of "cluster":
    1. Data Clusters: In data analysis and computer science, a cluster often refers to a group of data points or objects that are similar to each other in some sense, typically based on certain features or characteristics. Clustering algorithms are used to identify these groups within datasets.
    2. Computer Clusters: In computing, a cluster is a group of connected computers that work together as if they were a single system. This setup provides redundancy, scalability, and high availability for services and applications.
    3. Galactic Clusters: In astronomy, a cluster refers to a group of galaxies that are close together and bound by gravity. These can range from small groups of a few galaxies to m***ive clusters containing hundreds or thousands of galaxies.
    4. Economic Clusters: In economics, a cluster is a geographic concentration of interconnected businesses, suppliers, and ***ociated institutions in a particular field. These clusters often lead to increased productivity, innovation, and competitiveness within the industry.
    5. Biological Clusters: In biology, a cluster can refer to a group of cells or organisms that are close together and may share certain characteristics or functions. For example, a cluster of cells in the body may form a tissue or organ.

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  • jacobwallace
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    A cluster can be used to store table data as an alternative. A cluster is a collection of tables that all have the same data blocks. Because they have similar columns and are frequently used together, the tables are grouped together.

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  • Swati walia
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    In a computer system, a cluster is a group of servers and other resources that act like a single system and enable high availability and in some cases load balancing and parallel process.

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  • priya.sharma
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    Thanks for sharing

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  • Guest
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    A cluster is a group of servers and other resources that act like a single system and enable high availability and, in some cases, load balancing and parallel processing.

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  • shilparana
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    In a computer system, a cluster is a group of servers and other resources that act like a single system and enable high availability.

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  • Daljeet
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    Thanks for sharing this information..

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  • sangeetanegi
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    A cluster provides an optional method of storing table data. A cluster is made up of a group of tables that share the same data blocks. The tables are grouped together because they share common columns and are often used together.

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  • sonia sharma
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    About clusters?

    A cluster is a group of servers and other resources that act like a single system and enable high availability and, in some cases, load balancing and parallel processing.
    Since a cluster is a logical rather than a physical unit (it's not built into the hard disk itself), the size of a cluster can be varied. The maximum number of clusters on a hard disk depends on the size of a FAT table entry.
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