# Publications

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## GraphChallenge.org triangle counting performance [e-print]

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The rise of graph analytic systems has created a need for new ways to measure and compare the capabilities of graph processing systems. The MIT/Amazon/IEEE Graph Challenge has been developed to provide a well-defined community venue for stimulating research and highlighting innovations in graph analysis software, hardware, algorithms, and systems...

## Attacking Embeddings to Counter Community Detection

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Community detection can be an extremely useful data triage tool, enabling a data analyst to split a largenetwork into smaller portions for a deeper analysis. If, however, a particular node wanted to avoid scrutiny, it could strategically create new connections that make it seem uninteresting. In this work, we investigate...

## Complex Network Effects on the Robustness of Graph Convolutional Networks

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Vertex classification—the problem of identifying the class labels of nodes in a graph—has applicability in a wide variety of domains. Examples include classifying subject areas of papers in citation net-works or roles of machines in a computer network. Recent work has demonstrated that vertex classification using graph convolutional networks is...

## Multi-Objective Graph Matching via Signal Filtering

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In this white paper we propose a new method which exploits tools from graph signal processing to solve the graph matching problem, the problem of estimating the correspondence between the vertex sets of two graphs. We recast the graph matching problem as matching multiple similarity matrices where the similarities are...

## Sparse Deep Neural Network graph challenge

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The MIT/IEEE/Amazon GraphChallenge.org encourages community approaches to developing new solutions for analyzing graphs and sparse data. Sparse AI analytics present unique scalability difficulties. The proposed Sparse Deep Neural Network (DNN) Challenge draws upon prior challenges from machine learning, high performance computing, and visual analytics to create a challenge that is...

## Fundamental Questions in the Analysis of Large Graphs

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Graphs are a general approach for representing information that spans the widest possible range of computing applications. They are particularly important to computational biology, web search, and knowledge discovery. As the sizes of graphs increase, the need to apply advanced mathematical and computational techniques to solve these problems is growing...

## Visualizing Large Kronecker Graphs

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Kronecker graphs have been shown to be one of the most promising models for real-world networks. Visualization of Kronecker graphs is an important challenge. This chapter describes an interactive framework to assist scientists and engineers in generating, analyzing, and visualizing Kronecker graphs with as little effort as possible.

## Subgraph Detection

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Detecting subgraphs of interest in larger graphs is the goal of many graph analysis techniques. The basis of detection theory is computing the probability of a “foreground” with respect to a model of the “background” data. Hidden Markov Models represent one possible foreground model for patterns of interaction in a...

## The Kronecker theory of power law graphs

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An analytical theory of power law graphs is presented based on the Kronecker graph generation technique. Explicit, stochastic, and instance Kronecker graphs are used to highlight different properties. The analysis uses Kronecker exponentials of complete bipartite graphs to formulate the substructure of such graphs. The Kronecker theory allows various high-level...

## 3-d graph processor

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Graph algorithms are used for numerous database applications such as analysis of financial transactions, social networking patterns, and internet data. While graph algorithms can work well with moderate size databases, processors often have difficulty providing sufficient throughput when the databases are large. This is because the processor architectures are poorly...