Fast Execution of Simultaneous Breadth-First Searches on Sparse Graphs

  title={Fast Execution of Simultaneous Breadth-First Searches on Sparse Graphs},
  author={Adam McLaughlin and David A. Bader},
  journal={2015 IEEE 21st International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS)},
The construction of efficient parallel graph algorithms is important for quickly solving problems in areas such as urban planning, social network analysis, and hardware verification. Existing GPU implementations of graph algorithms tend to be monolithic and thus contributions from the literature are typically rebuilt rather than reused. Recent work has focused on traversal-based abstractions that efficiently execute a single breadth-first search or enact algorithms in the “think like a… CONTINUE READING


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