The Future is Big Graphs! A Community View on Graph Processing Systems

12/11/2020
by   Sherif Sakr, et al.
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Graphs are by nature unifying abstractions that can leverage interconnectedness to represent, explore, predict, and explain real- and digital-world phenomena. Although real users and consumers of graph instances and graph workloads understand these abstractions, future problems will require new abstractions and systems. What needs to happen in the next decade for big graph processing to continue to succeed?

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