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Tim Davis
Professor of Computer Science at Texas A&M Univ. Sparse matrix algorithms and music visualization.
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Tim Davis 13h
Just released a draft of SuiteSparse V3.1.0, with a interface, for solving graph problems in the language of sparse algebraic operations on adjacency matrices over semirings, directly in MATLAB. .
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Roi Lipman Jul 30
@RedisGraph recently moved from maintaining its own Lemon based parser to this enabled us to perform query parsing in parallel (parser per worker thread) which freed up our main thread who's now no more than a task broker, giving us better throughput
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American Scientist Aug 1
. develops code to solve complex problems—and to create art inspired by music. When a Celtic Trinity knot appeared as his code rendered “Morning Has Broken” by Davis was floored. The song originated as an old Celtic hymn.
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James Thornton Jul 17
GraphBLAS eco is growing and flowing...
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Tim Davis Jun 13
I was a very tame kid in kindergarten ... didn't run with scissors, a nice influence on my classmates, etc. But as an adult I guess I'm now being a disruptive influence :-) ... now 10x, 20x or more in my draft parallel GraphBLAS ( currently using single-threaded GraphBLAS)
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American Scientist Jun 12
What do Matlab, Google Street View, FBI investigations, and artwork have in common? 's programming. Here's our interview with the innovative Tim Davis (pictured: an image Davis's code rendered from "Morning Has Broken")
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Tim Davis Apr 17
Exciting news! Cranking up the collaboration with here at .
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Tim Davis Feb 28
Does the multiverse solution propose an actual infinite number of universes? If so, doesn’t that lead to all kinds of actual absurdities?
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Tim Davis Dec 10
Headline editing might be real, but it doesn’t work like this...
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Redis Labs Nov 14
Introducing RedisGraph and Streams in Enterprise to Support a Zero Latency Future
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Tim Davis Nov 15
RedisGraph 1.0 just released using my implementation of via
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SigmaXiSociety Nov 3
What better way to celebrate a science teacher than a day-long symposium featuring the accomplishments of her past students? Next week, Sigma Xi Chapter hosts one for provost Carol Fierke
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Tim Davis Nov 2
Just posted 2.2.0-beta1: support for user-defined semirings at compile-time (just as fast as built-in semirings) and a new demo on how to use GraphBLAS to compute the Google PageRank of a graph.
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odbms.org Sep 26
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SigmaXiSociety Oct 26
The use of Tim Davis’s of algorithms and software extends further than even he is often aware. For example, it was used by the FBI to find sex traffickers
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Tim Davis Oct 30
code on the cover of the Sigma Xi program -- very fun. See GraphBLAS/Source/GB_kron_kernel.c for the full Kroncker product. .
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SigmaXiSociety Oct 26
Walston Chubb for Innovation Award winner Tim Davis of interprets music into art using algorithms that visualize the structure of music.
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SigmaXiSociety Aug 22
Sigma Xi's 2018 innovation award winner wrote popular research algorithms
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Tim Davis 30 Jul 18
Algorithmic visualization music, now as a video:
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Tim Davis 30 Jul 18
Replying to @BradNeiman @burningman
And one that I did for Texas A&M.
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