Graphdb

Download the slidedeck of our talk at fosdem 2013 including all the resources that we pointed to. Most important other links are: source code slides from the talk data sets proposal cypher benchmark was great talking here and again we are open source, open data and so on. So if you have suggestions or want [...]

Continue reading about Slides of Related work application presented in the Graphdevroom at FOSDEM

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Davy really nicely introduced the problem of looking at a snapshot of a data base. This problem obviously exists for any data base technology. You have a lot of timestamped records but running a query as if you fired it a couple of month ago is always a difficult [...]

Continue reading about Davy Suvee on FluxGraph – Towareds a time aware graph built on Datomic

René Pickhardt on February 2nd, 2013

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Frank Cellar (https://twitter.com/fceller) introduces his ArangoDB which is basically a Document store (key, value) and uses a blueprint graph interface. Interestingly he is doing his demonstrations on the DBLP data set which is highly relevant for Heinrich and my related work project which we are introducing in our talk. [...]

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Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: The reading club was quite inactive due to traveling and also a not optimal process for the choice of literature. That is why a new format for the reading club has been discussed and agreed upon.  The new Format means that we have 4 new rules we will only [...]

Continue reading about Reading Club on distributed graph db returns with a new Format on April 4th 2012

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: 6 months of hard coding and supervising by me are over and end with a huge success! After analyzing 80 GB of Google ngrams data Paul and Till put them to a neo4j graph data base in order to make predictions for fast scentence completion. Today was the award [...]

Continue reading about Paul Wagner and Till Speicher won State Competition “Jugend Forscht Hessen” and best Project award using neo4j

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Today we finally had our reading club and discussed several papers from last week’s asignments.  Before I give my usual summary I want to introduce our new infrastructure for the reading club. Go to:  http://related-work.rene-pickhardt.de/ There you can find a question and answer system which we will use to [...]

Continue reading about Related work of the Reading club on distributed graph data bases (Beehive, Scalable SPARQL Querying of Large RDF Graphs, memcached)

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