Introducing LBDream and Literature-based discovery

In my last blog post, I described general MapReduce paradigm which allows us to create big data processing systems in a fairly simple way. In this blog post, I will describe more in detail what I’m doing in my project, 

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The secret of Big Data programmers

In my last blog post, I described the problem of linkage prediction in large-scale graphs. I also mentioned that this is a big data processing problem. Today I will present you one of the biggest secrets of big data programmers:

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Ljubljana’s real problem

After a fabulous training week in Jülich (which was already covered by many other SoHPC participants e.g. here) I arrived to the European Green Capital – Ljubljana. The city is really beautiful and you really should visit this place. However,

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Johannes Pekkilä

Johannes Pekkilä is a Master student at the Aalto University School of Science in Finland where he studies Computer Science. His academic interests are parallel computing, calculations on graphic processing units and computational physics (he even did his Bachelor’s on

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