A.E. Sarıyuce, E. Saule, K. Kaya, U.V. Çatalyurek
Centrality metrics have shown to be highly correlated with the importance and loads of the nodes in a network. Given the scale of today’s social networks, it is essential to use efficient algorithms and high performance computing techniques for their fast computation. In this work, we exploit hardware and software vectorization in combination with fine-grain […]
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Oya Celiktutan, Christian Wolf, Bulent Sankur, Eric Lombardi
Graphs and hyper-graphs are frequently used to recognize complex and often non-rigid patterns in computer vision, either through graph matching or point-set matching with graphs. Most formulations resort to the minimization of a difficult energy function containing geometric or structural terms, frequently coupled with data attached terms involving appearance information. Traditional methods solve the minimization […]
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Andrew Davidson, Sean Baxter, Michael Garland, John D. Owens
Finding the shortest paths from a single source to all other vertices is a fundamental method used in a variety of higher-level graph algorithms. We present three parallel-friendly and work-efficient methods to solve this Single-Source Shortest Paths (SSSP) problem: Workfront Sweep, Near-Far and Bucketing. These methods choose different approaches to balance the tradeoff between saving […]
Erich Elsen, Vishal Vaidyanathan
VertexAPI2 uses state-of-the-art GPU algorithms to implement the Gather-Apply-Scatter (GAS) abstraction for graph computations. VertexAPI2 provides up to an order of magnitude greater performance over the previous implementation and performance comparable to speed-of-light hand-coded algorithms in some cases, while retaining the simplicity of development of the GAS model. The current code also has a preliminary […]
Mehmet Deveci, Kamer Kaya, Bora Ucar, Umit V. Catalyurek
We design, develop, and evaluate an atomic- and lock-free GPU implementation of the push-relabel algorithm in the context of finding maximum cardinality matchings in bipartite graphs. The problem has applications on computer science, scientific computing, bioinformatics, and other areas. Although the GPU parallelization of the push-relabel technique has been investigated in the context of flow […]
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Abdullah Gharaibeh, Elizeu Santos-Neto, Lauro Beltrao Costa, Matei Ripeanu
The increasing scale and wealth of inter-connected data, such as those accrued by social network applications, demand the design of new techniques and platforms to efficiently derive actionable knowledge from large-scale graphs. However, real-world graphs are famously difficult to process efficiently. Not only they have a large memory footprint, but also most graph algorithms entail […]
P.J.A. Bootsma
Solving parity games is interesting because it is equivalent to model checking for mu-calculus. The small progress measures (SPM) algorithm by Jurdzinski is originally a sequential algorithm for solving parity games. The nature of this algorithm allows easy parallelization, and previous research has already adapted it to work on multi-core machines. Here, SPM is adapted […]
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Rashad Karim Kabbara
Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) have become popular recently due their highly parallel shared-memory architectures. The computational challenge posed by NP-Hard problems makes them potential targets to GPU-based computations, especially when solved by exact exponential-time algorithms. Using the classical NP-hard Vertex Cover problem as a case study, we provide a framework for GPU-based solutions by exploiting […]
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Giso H. Dal, Walter A. Kosters, Frank W. Takes
In this paper we propose a highly parallel GPU-based bounding algorithm for computing the exact diameter of large real-world sparse graphs. The diameter is defined as the length of the longest shortest path between vertices in the graph, and serves as a relevant property of all types of graphs that are nowadays frequently studied. Examples […]
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Abdelhakim AitZai, Adel Dabah, Mourad Boudhar
In this paper, we studied the parallelization of an exact method to solve the job shop scheduling problem with blocking JSB. We used a modeling based on graph theory exploiting the alternative graphs. We have proposed an original parallelization technique for performing a parallel computation in the various branches of the search tree. This technique […]
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M. F Mridha, Mohammad Manzurul Islam, Syed Mohammad Oliur Rahman
Computer Network based problems often require searching a node from another and finding a path from one node to another. To solve this we use graph algorithms. Solving these problems takes a lot of time and knowledge when solved manually. For this purpose graph algorithms where devised and solving these problems became easier but the […]
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Dip Sankar Banerjee, Shashank Sharma, Kishore Kothapalli
Graph algorithms play a prominent role in several fields of sciences and engineering. Notable among them are graph traversal, finding the connected components of a graph, and computing shortest paths. There are several efficient implementations of the above problems on a variety of modern multiprocessor architectures. It can be noticed in recent times that the […]
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