Class meeting for 10-405 Graph Architectures for ML
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This is one of the class meetings on the schedule for the course Machine Learning with Large Datasets 10-405 in Spring 2018.
- Philip Stutz, Abraham Bernstein and William W. Cohen (2010): Signal/Collect: Graph Processing Large Graphs In Seconds in ISWC-2010.
Things to Remember and/or Think About
- Differences and commonalities between the graph-processing methods discussed: Pregel, Signal-Collect, GraphX, and GraphChi.
- How graph-processing approaches could be used for ML problems that will be studied in class, like SSL, PIC, and LDA.
- How operations on graphs can be implemented in dataflow languages.