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LSRS 2013

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Home Keynote Program Submission Instructions Program Committee Large-Scale Recommender Systems: Research and Best Practice As we enter the era of Big Data, the modern Recommender System faces great...
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Lab41/Dendrite

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It turns out that much of the world, both physical and virtual, can be represented as a graph. Graphs describe things that are linked together such as web pages and human societies. Like many other topics, Web technologies can make these types of powerful mathematical concepts more accessible to everyday users. Dendrite is a Lab41 exploration of ways to analyze, manipulate, version, and share extremely large graphs:

The Web frontend leverages AngularJS to provide a responsive data-driven experience.The UI interacts with a backend instance of the Titan Distributed Graph Database.The backend uses GraphLab, Faunus, and Jung for graph analytics.
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For Lab41: https://www.lab41.org/

 

Director Bob Gleichof's talk in DG'13: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4FiVuUckJc

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2013 Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize in Distributed Computing « ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing

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Recent implementations with the same spirit include Graphbuilder (https://01.org/graphbuilder/) and PowerGraph (http://graphlab.org/powergraph-presented-at-osdi/).

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