Repartitions a distributed object. This function takes two inputs, a distributed object and a skeleton. These inputs must both be distributed objects of the same type and same dimension. If 'dobj' and 'skeleton' have different internal partitioning, this function will return a new distributed object with the same internal data as in 'dobj' but with the partitioning scheme of 'skeleton'.
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distributed object whose data is to be preserved, but repartitioned.
distributed Object whose partitioning is to be emulated in the output.
A new distributed object with the data of 'dobj' and the partitioning of 'skeleton'.
DObject: The default implementation of repartition.
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Venkataraman, S., Bodzsar, E., Roy, I., AuYoung, A., and Schreiber, R. (2013) Presto: Distributed Machine Learning and Graph Processing with Sparse Matrices. _EuroSys 2013_, 197-210.
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