GRADES2014: Graph Data-management Experiences & Systems
Accepted Papers

  1. Graph Processing on an “almost” Relational Database - Ramesh Subramonian (Oracle Labs).
  2. MapGraph: A High Level API for Fast Development of High Performance Graph Analytics on GPUs - Zhisong Fu, Bryan Thompson, Michael Personick (SYSTAP, LLC).
  3. Towards a Query-by-Example System for Knowledge Graphs - Nandish Jayaram (University of Texas); Arijit Khan (ETH); Chengkai Li (University of Texas); Xifeng Yan (UCSB); Ramez Elmasri (University of Texas).
  4. HelP: High-level Primitives For Large-Scale Graph Processing - Semih Salihoglu, Jennifer Widom (Stanford University).
  5. PGX.ISO: Parallel and Efficient In-Memory Engine for Subgraph Isomorphism - Raghavan Raman, Oskar van Rest, Sungpack Hong (Oracle Labs); Zhe Wu, (Oracle); Hassan Chafi, (Oracle Labs); Jay Banerjee (Oracle).
  6. Asymmetry in Large-Scale Graph Analysis, Explained - Vasiliki Kalavri (KTH); Stephan Ewen, Kostas Tzoumas ( TU Berlin); Vladimir Vlassov (KTH); Volker Markl (TU Berlin); Seif Haridi (KTH).
  7. GRATIN: Accelerating Graph Traversals in Main-Memory Column Stores - Marcus Paradies, Michael Rudolf (SAP AG); Christof Bornhoevd (SAP Labs); Wolfgang Lehner (TU Dresden).
  8. How community-like is the structure of synthetically generated graphs - Arnau Prat (DAMA-UPC); David Domínguez-Sal (Sparsity Technologies).
  9. Using semijoin programs to solve traversal queries in graph databases - Norbert Martinez-Bazan, David Domínguez-Sal (Sparsity Technologies).
  10. Graph Pattern Matching -- Do We Have to Reinvent the Wheel? - Andrey Gubichev, Manuel Then (TU Munich).
  11. A Highly Efficient Runtime and Graph Library for Large-Scale Graph Analytics - Ilie Tanase, Yinglong Xia (IBM); Lifeng Nai (Georgia Institute of Technology); Yanbin Liu, Wei Tan, Jason Crawford, Ching-Yung Lin (IBM).
  12. Toward General Similarity Search Over Graphs - Yodsawalai Chodpathumwan (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Arash Termehchy (Oregon State University); Yizhou Sun (Northeastern University); Amirhossein Aleyasin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Jose Picado (Oregon State University)

GRADES 2014 will run an non-standard program format to allow many papers to be presented interactively. More information on the program will follow by the end of May.

GRADES 2014 key data:
Workshop:      Sunday June 22
Submission:     April 10 extended
Notification:    April 27
Camera-ready: May 21

Place: Snowbird Resort and Conference Resort, Utah, USA.