Author Archives: Sparsity Technologies

Sparksee 5.1 new release!

We are proud to announce today the official release of Sparksee 5.1. During this half of year we have been working in providing a group of exciting features for the new version that we hope you’ll find interesting:   A … Continue reading

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Graph Databases research: Social community search

We would like today to share an interesting article recently published at DZone’s portal about the research the Sparksee team altogether with DAMA-UPC is working on about social community search. Community search is a very important aspect of Social Network … Continue reading

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How to install & configure Sparksee mobile for iOS (C++)

Sparksee is the first graph database available for iOS devices applications, available, right now, in the C++ interface. In this article we will guide through a typical installation & configuration , so you can start working with Sparksee in your mobile development … Continue reading

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Graph Databases research: Using semijoins programs to solve traversal queries

One of the most important challenges for graph databases is how to express graph queries and how to solve them efficiently. There is an important gap between the current industrial approach with libraries of very efficient APIs for procedural languages as Java, … Continue reading

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Graph Databases research: Synthetic graph data generators

Sparsity Technologies is very interested not only in the graph database technology itself, but also in all the applications that can take advantage of Sparksee. One of the most popular ones is the analysis of social media data represented as … Continue reading

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How to install & configure Sparksee mobile for Android

Sparksee is the first graph database available for Android devices applications, available in two interfaces java and C++. In this article we will guide through a typical installation & configuration for the java interface, so you can start working with … Continue reading

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Genezik is able to trace paths in music with DEX

The researchers at EPFL’s Signal Processing Laboratory propose a software that allows the exploration and rediscovering of your own musical library, called Genezik, which will be presented in the next Montreux Jazz Festival. Instead of other approximations to recommend music … Continue reading

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Research with DEX: TreeBank browser, the syntactical structures specialized search engine

We are glad to share a new application powered by DEX for searching syntactical structures called TreeBank Brower implemented by the Institut Universitari de Lingüística Aplicada (IULA)  at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). The TreeBank browser is an interesting tool … Continue reading

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2nd GraphLab Workshop

Next 1st of July we will attend & participate in the 2nd workshop organized by the GraphLab. The aim of the workshop is to bring together people from the academia and scientist from the industry that have a special focus … Continue reading

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Research with DEX: Detecting social capitalists on Twitter using similarity measures

We would like today to share a very interesting article published by Nicolas Dugué and Anthony Perez from the University of Orleans about the detection of social capitalists on Twitter. Social capitalists are those users that try to gain visibility … Continue reading

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