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Author Archives: Marko Rodriguez

Dr. Marko A. Rodriguez is a the CEO and founder of the graph engineering firm Aurelius. Aurelius are the developers of the distributed graph database Titan, where Marko primarily focuses on the development and promotion of TinkerPop.

Graph Degree Distributions using R over Hadoop

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There are two common types of graph engines. One type is focused on providing real-time, traversal-based algorithms over linked-list graphs represented on a single-server. Such engines are typically called graph databases and some of the vendors include Neo4j, OrientDB, DEX, and InfiniteGraph. The other type of graph engine is focused on batch-processing using vertex-centric message passing within a graph represented ...

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On Graph Computing

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The concept of a graph has been around since the dawn of mechanical computing and for many decades prior in the domain of pure mathematics. Due in large part to this golden age of databases, graphs are becoming increasingly popular in software engineering. Graph databases provide a way to persist and process graph data. However, the graph database is not ...

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Understanding the World using Tables and Graphs

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Organizations make use of data to drive their decision making, enhance their product features, and to increase the efficiency of their everyday operations. Data by itself is not useful. However, with data analysis, patterns such as trends, clusters, predictions, etc. can be distilled. The way in which data is analyzed is predicated on the way in which data is structured. ...

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Knowledge Representation and Reasoning with Graph Databases

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A graph database and its ecosystem of technologies can yield elegant, efficient solutions to problems in knowledge representation and reasoning. To get a taste of this argument, we must first understand what a graph is. A graph is a data structure. There are numerous types of graph data structures, but for the purpose of this post, we will focus on ...

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