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Automated Code Generation for Future Compatible High-Performance Graph Libraries

Automated Code Generation for Future Compatible High-Performance Graph Libraries

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Scott McMillan

For many DoD missions, our ability to collect information has outpaced our ability to analyze that information. Graph algorithms and large-scale machine learning algorithms are a key to analyzing the information agencies collect. They are also an increasingly important component of intelligence analysis, autonomous systems, cyber intelligence and security, logistics optimization, and more. In this blog post, we describe research to develop automated code generation for future-compatible graph libraries: building blocks of high-performance code that...

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Developing a Software Library for Graph Analytics

Developing a Software Library for Graph Analytics

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Scott McMillan

This blog post was co-authored by Eric Werner. Graph algorithms are in wide use in Department of Defense (DoD) software applications, including intelligence analysis, autonomous systems, cyber intelligence and security, and logistics optimizations. In late 2013, several luminaries from the graph analytics community released a position paper calling for an open effort, now referred to as GraphBLAS, to define a standard for graph algorithms in terms of linear algebraic operations. BLAS stands for Basic Linear...

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