Leveraging efficient indexing schema to support multigraph query answering

@article{Ingalalli2016LeveragingEI,
  title={Leveraging efficient indexing schema to support multigraph query answering},
  author={Vijay Ingalalli and Dino Ienco and Pascal Poncelet},
  journal={Ing{\'e}nierie des Syst{\`e}mes d Inf.},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={53-74}
}
Many real world datasets can be represented by graphs with a set of nodes intercon- nected with each other by multiple relations (e.g., social network, RDF graph, biological data). Such a rich graph, called multigraph, is well suited to represent real world scenarios with com- plex interactions. However, performing subgraph query on multigraphs is still an open issue since, unfortunately, all the existing algorithms for subgraph query matching are not able to ad- equately leverage the multiple… 

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