GMine: Interactive Browsing of Large Graphs

Jose Fernando Rodrigues Jr.Caio César Mori CaréloAgma J. M. TrainaCristina D. A. CiferriCaetano Traina Jr.

Graphs are abstract representations that can describe a large set of real world phenomena and that, possibly, scale to the order of hundreds of thousands of nodes and millions of edges. Benefiting from such graphs can be better performed by means of visual interaction. However, in the domain of large graphs, excessive processing and limited display space bound the possibilities for visual presentation and processing. In this line, we introduce GMine, a prototype system that uses an innovative data structure, the Graph-Tree. The engineering of GMine allows for scalability over huge graphs stored on disk, an extended graph representation embracing both hierarchical and plain organization, and the interactive browsing of graph hierarchies.

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