Subgraph Enumeration in Massive Graphs

Francesco Silvestri

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Abstract

We consider the problem of enumerating all instances of a given sample graph in a large data graph. Our focus is on determining the input/output (I/O) complexity of this problem. Let $E$ be the number of edges in the data graph, $k=\BO{1}$ be the number of vertexes in the sample graph, $B$ be the block length, and $M$ be the main memory size. The main result of the paper is a randomized algorithm that enumerates all instances of the sample graph in $\BO{E^{k/2}/\left(BM^{k/2-1}\right)}$ expected I/Os if the maximum vertex degree of the data graph is $\sqrt{EM}$. Under some assumptions, the same bound also applies with high probability.
Our algorithm is I/O optimal, in the worst-case, when the sample graph belongs to the Alon class, which includes cliques, cycles and every graph with a perfect matching: indeed, we show that any algorithm enumerating $T$ instances must always use $\BOM{T/\left(BM^{k/2-1}\right)}$ I/Os and there are graphs for which $T=\BOM{E^{k/2}}$. Finally, we propose a parallelization of the randomized algorithm in the MapReduce framework.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date11 Sept 2014
Publication statusPublished - 11 Sept 2014
EventSixth Workshop on Massive Data Algorithmics - University of Wroclaw, Wroclow, Poland
Duration: 11 Sept 201411 Sept 2014
Conference number: 6
http://madalgo.au.dk/events/past-major-events/massive-2014/

Workshop

WorkshopSixth Workshop on Massive Data Algorithmics
Number6
LocationUniversity of Wroclaw
Country/TerritoryPoland
CityWroclow
Period11/09/201411/09/2014
OtherPart of ALGO 2014
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