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Rodrigues, Jose
University of Sao Paulo
Sao Carlos, Brazil
 
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   CopyCatch: stopping group attacks by spotting lockstep behavior in social networks
Beutel A., Xu W., Guruswami V., Palow C., Faloutsos C.  WWW 2013 (Proceedings of the 22nd International World Wide Web Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,  May 13-17, 2013) 119-130, 2013. Type: Proceedings

In Web 2.0, the content is no longer static, but rather dynamically user generated. In this universe, the more interaction a product page or user profile gets, the greater the potential profits an individual or company may achieve with advertiseme...

May 15 2014  
  Collaborative science workflows in SQL
Howe B., Ribalet F., Chitnis S., Armbrust G., Halperin D.  Computing in Science and Engineering 15(3): 22-31, 2013. Type: Article

Managing scientific data for shared collaborative research has become a topic of growing importance. This is due in part to the increasing volume of data and technological advances that favor online, distributed, and massive data investigation. Ho...

Feb 3 2014  
   GraphChi: large-scale graph computation on just a PC
Kyrola A., Blelloch G., Guestrin C.  OSDI 2012 (Proceedings of the 10th USENIX Conference on Operating Systems Design and Implementation, Hollywood, CA,  Oct 8-10, 2012) 31-46, 2012. Type: Proceedings

The analytical processing of large graphs has increasingly been in demand for academic and industrial applications. Due to their magnitude, large graphs are typically processed in computing clusters--systems with many computers that work toge...

May 24 2013  
  PNUTS in flight: web-scale data serving at Yahoo
Silberstein A., Chen J., Lomax D., McMillan B., Mortazavi M., Narayan P., Ramakrishnan R., Sears R.  IEEE Internet Computing 16(1): 13-23, 2012. Type: Article

NoSQL solutions cope with formerly unimaginable web-scale demands that are now a part of daily life. The term refers to data systems that relax the ACID restrictions (atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability) that have long tied the hands...

Mar 27 2013  
 
 
   
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