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Graph databases: A survey
Kumar Kaliyar R.
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages: 785 - 790
In the era of big data, data analytics, business intelligence database management plays a vital role from technical business management and research point of view. Over many decades, database management has been a topic of active research. There are different type of database management system have been proposed over a period of time but Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) is the one which has been most popularly used in academic research as well as industrial setup[1]. In recent years, graph databases regained interest among the researchers for certain obvious reasons. One of the most important reasons for such an interest in a graph database is because of the inherent property of graphs as a graph structure. Graphs are present everywhere in the data structure, which represents the strong connectivity within the data. Most of the graph database models are defined in which data-structure for schema and instances are modeled as graph or generalization of a graph. In such graph database models, data manipulations are expressed by graph-oriented operations and type constructors [9]. Now days, most of the real world applications can be modeled as a graph and one of the best real world examples is social or biological network. This paper gives an overview of the different type of graph databases, applications, and comparison between their models based on some properties. © 2015 IEEE.
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