Toward Speed and Simplicity: Creating a Software Library for Graph Analytics
Software Engineering Institute
In this podcast, Scott McMillan and Eric Werner of the SEI’s Emerging Technology Center discuss work to create a software library for graph analytics that would take advantage of these more powerful heterogeneous supercomputers to perform graph analytics at larger scales and more quickly, while making them simpler to program. Graph analytics are more complex, and thus, more difficult to program. These algorithms are used in the DoD-mission applications including intelligence analysis, knowledge representation and reasoning in autonomous systems, cyber intelligence and security, routing planning, and logistics optimization.
About the Speaker
Eric Werner is an SEI alumni employee.
Eric Werner is the chief architect for the Emerging Technology Center at the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute. Werner sets the technical direction of the center in the areas of software development, high-performance computing, cloud computing, and data analytics. Werner coordinates across …Read more