Recently, I’m primarily concerned with large-scale graph data processing. Occasionally, the visualization of graph can be a good way for us to observe some properties from graph data sets. Today, I’m going to introduce a graph framework, called Java Universal Network/Graph Framework (Jung). Jung provides data structures for graph, a programming interface familiar with graph […]
Today, at the lab seminar I presented the paper “Graph Twiddling in a MapReduce World” published in IEEE Computing in Science & Engineering. This paper addresses an investigation into the feasibility of decomposion graph operations into a series of MapReduce processes. In this post, I’m going to discuss this paper briefly.
As I mentioned above, this […]