Concurrent Graph Queries on the Lucata Pathfinder

@article{Smith2022ConcurrentGQ,
  title={Concurrent Graph Queries on the Lucata Pathfinder},
  author={Emory Smith and Shannon K. Kuntz and Jason Riedy and Martin M. Deneroff},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2209.11889}
}
—High-performance analysis of unstructured data like graphs now is critical for applications ranging from business intelligence to genome analysis. Towards this, data centers hold large graphs in memory to serve multiple concurrent queries from different users. Even a single analysis often explores multiple options. Current computing architectures often are not the most time- or energy-efficient solutions. The novel Lucata Pathfinder architecture tackles this problem, combining migratory threads… 

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