GRADES: Graph Data-management Experiences & Systems
Accepted Papers

GRADES 2013 received many submissions of good quality, but there is a limit to the amount of papers one can present in a single-day, single-track workshop. Hence, the Program Committee and Chairs faced a tough selection task.

These are the accepted papers:
  1. Converting Relational to Graph Databases - Roberto De Virgilio, Antonio Maccioni, Riccardo Torlone (Universita' Roma Tre).
  2. GraphX: A Resilient Distributed Graph System on Spark - Reynold Xin, Joseph Gonzalez, Michael Franklin (UC Berkeley).
  3. Massive Scale Cyber Traffic Analysis: A Driver for Graph Database Research - Cliff Joslyn, Sutanay Choudhury, David Haglin, Bill Howe, Bill Nickless, Bryan Olsen (Pacific Northwest National Lab).
  4. GraphBuilder: Scalable Graph ETL Framework - Nilesh Jain, Guangdeng Liao, Theodore Willke (Intel Corp).
  5. Early Experiences in Using a Domain-Specific Language for Large-Scale Graph Analysis - Sungpack Hong, Jan Van Der Lugt, Adam Welc, Raghavan Raman, Hassan Chafi (Oracle Labs).
  6. Using Substructure Mining to Identify Misbehavior in Network Provenance Graphs - David DeBoer, Wenchao Zhou, Lisa Singh (Georgetown University).
  7. Graph Analysis – Do We Have to Reinvent the Wheel? - Adam Welc, Raghavan Raman, Zhe Wu, Sungpack Hong, Hassan Chafi, Jay Banerjee (Oracle Labs).
  8. Scale-up Graph Processing: A Storage-centric View - Eiko Yoneki (University of Cambridge); Amitabha Roy (EPFL).
  9. Partial View Selection for Evolving Social Graphs - Georgia Koloniari (University of Macedonia); Evaggelia Pitoura (University of Ioannina).
  10. On Benchmarking Online Social Media Analytical Queries - Ma Haixin, Qian Weining, Xia Fan, Wei Jinxian, Yu Chengcheng, Aoying Zhou (East China Normal University).
  11. Time-varying Social Networks in a Graph Database - A Neo4j Use Case - Alex Averbuch (Neo Technology); Marco Quaggiotto, Ciro Cattuto, André Panisson (ISI Foundation).
  12. Leveraging Flexible Data Management with Graph Databases - Elena Vasilyeva (SAP AG); Maik Thiele (Technische Universität Dresden); Christof Bornhövd (SAP Labs, LLC); Wolfgang Lehner (Technische Universität Dresden).
  13. Regularities and dynamics in bisimulation reductions of big graphs - Yongming Luo, George H.L. Fletcher (TU Eindhoven); Jan Hidders (TU Delft); Paul De Bra (TU Eindhoven); Yuqing Wu (Indiana University, Bloomington).
  14. Sparqling Kleene - Fast Regex Paths in RDF-3X - Andrey Gubichev (TU Munich); Srikanta Bedathur (IIIT-D); Stephan Seufert (Max Planck Institute for Informatics).
  15. Benchmarking database systems for social network applications - Renzo Angles (Universidad de Talca); Arnau Prat (UPC Barcelona); David Dominguez (Sparsity Technologies); Josep Lluis Larriba Pey (UPC Barcelona).
  16. SynopSys: Large Graph Analytics in the SAP HANA Database Through Summarization - Michael Rudolf, Marcus Paradies (SAP AG); Christof Bornhövd (SAP Labs, LLC); Wolfgang Lehner (Technische Universität Dresden).

GRADES 2013 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 2013 key data:
Workshop:     Sunday June 23
Submission: April 7 extended
Notification: April 29 shifted
Camera-ready:           May 19

Place: Times Square, NY;
Millenium Broadway Hotel.