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Volume 25, 20192018 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Cognitive Informatics (ICICCI 2018)
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Analysing Big Social Graphs Using a List-based Graph Folding Algorithm
Southern Federal University, Department of Computer Engineering, Taganrog, Russia
2 Southern Federal University, Department of Information Security Systems, Taganrog, Russia
a Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this paper, we explore the ways to represent big social graphs using adjacency lists and edge lists. Furthermore, we describe a list-based algorithm for graph folding that makes possible to analyze conditionally infinite social graphs on resource constrained mobile devices. The steps of the algorithm are (a) to partition, in a certain way, the graph into clusters of different levels, (b) to represent each cluster of the graph as an edge list, and (c) to absorb the current cluster by the cluster of the next level. The proposed algorithm is illustrated by the example of a sparse social graph.
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