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  2.4 Agglomeration
In particular, we consider whether it is useful to combine, or agglomerate, tasks identified by the partitioning phase, so as to provide a smaller number of tasks, each of greater size (Figure 2.11).
Agglomeration is almost always beneficial if analysis of communication requirements reveals that a set of tasks cannot execute concurrently.
Alternatively, we may have used agglomeration to increase computation and communication granularity and/or to decrease software engineering costs, even though opportunities for concurrent execution are reduced.
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