Bahman Bahmani

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Computer Science - Databases (3)
 
Computer Science - Information Retrieval (1)
 
Computer Science - Data Structures and Algorithms (1)
 
Computer Science - Distributed; Parallel; and Cluster Computing (1)

Publications Authored By Bahman Bahmani

Distributed frameworks are gaining increasingly widespread use in applications that process large amounts of data. One important example application is large scale similarity search, for which Locality Sensitive Hashing (LSH) has emerged as the method of choice, specially when the data is high-dimensional. At its core, LSH is based on hashing the data points to a number of buckets such that similar points are more likely to map to the same buckets. Read More

Over half a century old and showing no signs of aging, k-means remains one of the most popular data processing algorithms. As is well-known, a proper initialization of k-means is crucial for obtaining a good final solution. The recently proposed k-means++ initialization algorithm achieves this, obtaining an initial set of centers that is provably close to the optimum solution. Read More

The problem of finding locally dense components of a graph is an important primitive in data analysis, with wide-ranging applications from community mining to spam detection and the discovery of biological network modules. In this paper we present new algorithms for finding the densest subgraph in the streaming model. For any epsilon>0, our algorithms make O((log n)/log (1+epsilon)) passes over the input and find a subgraph whose density is guaranteed to be within a factor 2(1+epsilon) of the optimum. Read More

In this paper, we analyze the efficiency of Monte Carlo methods for incremental computation of PageRank, personalized PageRank, and similar random walk based methods (with focus on SALSA), on large-scale dynamically evolving social networks. We assume that the graph of friendships is stored in distributed shared memory, as is the case for large social networks such as Twitter. For global PageRank, we assume that the social network has $n$ nodes, and $m$ adversarially chosen edges arrive in a random order. Read More