Zhang Jingbo
Graph mining and data management has become a significant area because more and more new applications to various data mining problems in social networking, computational biology, chemical data analysis and drug discovery are emerging recently. Although traditional mining methods have been extended to process graphs, many graph applications still confront huge challenges due to continuous […]
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Elisangela Silva Dias, Diane Castonguay, Humberto Longo, Walid Abdala Rfaei Jradi, Hugo A. D. do Nascimento
Finding chordless cycles is an important theoretical problem in the Graph Theory area. It also can be applied to practical problems such as discover which predators compete for the same food in ecological networks. Motivated by the problem of theoretical interest and also by its significant practical importance, we present in this paper a parallel […]
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Manoj Maramreddy, Kishore Kothapalli
Range searching is a primal problem in computational geometry with applications to database systems, mobile computing, geographical information systems, and the like. Defined simply, the problem is to preprocess a given a set of points in a d-dimensional space so that the points that lie inside an orthogonal query rectangle can be efficiently reported. Many […]
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Robest Kessl, Nilothpal Talukder, Pranay Anchuri, Mohammed J. Zaki
Frequent graph mining is an important though computationally hard problem because it requires enumerating possibly an exponential number of candidate subgraph patterns, and checking their presence in a database of graphs. In this paper, we propose a novel approach for parallel graph mining on GPUs, which have emerged as a relatively cheap but powerful architecture […]
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Zhisong Fu, Harish Kumar Dasari, Martin Berzins, Bryan Thompson
Fast, scalable, low-cost, and low-power execution of parallel graph algorithms is important for a wide variety of commercial and public sector applications. Breadth First Search (BFS) imposes an extreme burden on memory bandwidth and network communications and has been proposed as a benchmark that may be used to evaluate current and future parallel computers. Hardware […]
Mauro Bisson, Massimo Bernaschi, Enrico Mastrostefano
We present the results obtained by using an evolution of our CUDA-based solution for the exploration, via a Breadth First Search, of large graphs. This latest version exploits at its best the features of the Kepler architecture and relies on a 2D decomposition of the adjacency matrix to reduce the number of communications among the […]
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Adam McLaughlin, David A. Bader
Graphs that model social networks, numerical simulations, and the structure of the Internet are enormous and cannot be manually inspected. A popular metric used to analyze these networks is betweenness centrality, which has applications in community detection, power grid contingency analysis, and the study of the human brain. However, these analyses come with a high […]
Chetan D. Pise, Shailendra W. Shende
Graphs play a very important role in the field of Science and Technology for finding the shortest distance between any two places. This Paper demonstrate the recent technology named as CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) working for BFS Graph Algorithm. There are some Graph algorithms are fundamental to many disciplines and application areas. Large graphs […]
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Yichao Cheng, Hong An, Zhitao Chen, Feng Li, Zhaohui Wang, Xia Jiang, Yi Peng
Graph is a widely used data structure and graph algorithms, such as breadth-first search (BFS), are regarded as key components in a great number of applications. Recent studies have attempted to accelerate graph algorithms on highly parallel graphics processing unit (GPU). Although many graph algorithms based on large graphs exhibit abundant parallelism, their performance on […]
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Frederico L. Cabral, Carla Osthoff, Rafael Nardes, Daniel Ramos
Many problems in Computer Science can be modelled using graphs. Evaluating node centrality in complex networks, which can be considered equivalent to undirected graphs, provides an useful metric of the relative importance of each node inside the evaluated network. The knowledge on which the most central nodes are, has various applications, such as improving information […]
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Guillaume Chapuis
The exponential growth in bioinformatics data generation and the stagnation of processor frequencies in modern processors stress the need for efficient implementations that fully exploit the parallel capabilities offered by modern computers. This thesis focuses on parallel algorithms and implementations for bioinformatics problems. Various types of parallelism are described and exploited. This thesis presents applications […]
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Jianlong Zhong, Bingsheng He
Medusa is a parallel graph processing system on graphics processors (GPUs). The core design of Medusa is to enable developers to leverage the massive parallelism and other hardware features of GPUs by writing sequential C/C++ code for a small set of APIs. This simplifies the implementation of parallel graph processing on the GPU. The runtime […]
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