Laboratory of graph databases

We are a group of people doing research and developments in the area of graph databases. GDBLab is part of the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad de Talca, which is located in the city of Curicó (Chile).

Professors

Renzo Angles, Department of Computer Science, Universidad de Talca (Chile).

Rodrigo Paredes, Department of Computer Science, Universidad de Talca (Chile).

Mauricio Arenas, Department of Bioinformatics, Universidad de Talca (Chile).

Visitors

Dominik Tomaszuk (Nov. 2018).

Harsh Thakkar (Sept. 2018).

Engineers

Diego Cisterna, Bachelor in Computer Science, Universidad de Talca.

Postgraduate Students

Roberto García, PhD student, Universidad de Talca (Chile).

Undergraduate Students (Computer Science, Univ. de Talca)

Carlos Hernandez (2018).

Katherine Fuentes (2018).

Hector Castillo (2017-2018).

Diego Cisterna (2016-2017).

Matias Diaz (2017-2017).

Mauricio Orellana (2016-2017).

Francisco Moya (2015-2016).

Ana Gonzalez (2015).

Sergio Silva (2014).

Jacqueline Villarroel (2014).

Valeria Araya (2013-2014).

Roberto García (2013-2014).

Software

GSP4PDB1

GSP4PDB1 is the first version of the Graph-based Structural Patterns for PDB.

GSP4PDB2

GSP4PDB2 is the last version of the Graph-based Structural Patterns for PDB.This version has improvements in both the pattern drawing section and the results section. Includes new improvements such as saving patterns, filters, graphical visualization of results.

GDBench

A micro-benchmark for benchmarking graph databases based on a social network data model.