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We present GRAPHIUM a tool to visualize trends and patterns in the performance of existing graph and RDF engines. We will demonstrate GRAPHIUM and attendees will be able to observe and analyze the performance exhibited by Neo4j, DEX, HypergraphDB and RDF-3x when core graph-based and mining tasks are run against a variety of benchmarks of graphs of diverse(More)
Linked data can be represented as graphs, and core graph-based tasks are required not only for consuming linked data, but also for mining associations and patterns among data and links. To facilitate these tasks, efficient algorithms have been defined; additionally, graph database engines that manage, store and query large graphs have been implemented.(More)
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