University of Chicago: UpDown project aims to speed up data processing a hundredfold

University of Chicago: UpDown project aims to speed up data processing a hundredfold. “With a $9.2 million grant from Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), Prof. Andrew A. Chien will lead a team of University of Chicago computer science researchers building the UpDown Systema—a new approach that could speed up graph analytics a hundredfold. Graph analytics is at the heart of some of today’s most exciting computational applications in science and technology…. However, today’s computing architectures were not designed for graphs, and struggle with efficiency and scalability.”

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