Kirk Ogaard

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Though subgraph matching has been extensively studied as a query paradigm in semantic web and social network data environments, a user can get a large number of answers in response to a query. Just like Google does, these answers can be shown to the user in accordance with an importance ranking. In this paper, we present scalable algorithms to find the(More)
Social media data are amenable to representation by directed graphs. A node represents an entity in the social network such as a person, organization, location, or event. A link between two nodes represents a relationship such as communication, participation, or financial support. When stored in a database, these graphs can be searched and analyzed for(More)
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