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Searching for objects using multiple dimensions

Lets take a look at a scenario where you are trying to search for things by their attributes, not their description. They can be users, documents, or any object that could be described by discrete values in multiple dimensions. 1,239 more words

Graph Database

Person Recognition in Images with OpenCV & Neo4j

Time for an update on my ongoing person identification in images project; for all the background you can check out these previous posts:

Analyzing AWS Rekognition Accuracy with Neo4j… 1,920 more words


Neo4j With Scala: Rest End Points with AKKA HTTP

Hello Folks,

Welcome back again in the series of Neo4j with Scala . Let’s start our journey again. But before starting our journey here is the links for recap who join late us in the journey : 577 more words


On my way to graph databases

For the past month, I’ve been evaluating my first graph database – Neo4j. In this post, I will write about how I got into this database and in the next one, I will tell you about my thoughts on it.Like all computer educated individuals, I was first acquainted with databases back in school and of course, it was all about RDBMSs. 1,047 more words

Graph Database

Graphitization of ArchiMate: Getting MMOR from ArchiMate using the ModelMate Master Online Repository

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MMOR (pronounced “more”) is an online, queryable version of an updated, corrected version of the ArchiMate 3.0 relationship matrix – originally described in the article… 979 more words

Enterprise Architecture

Neo4j is faster than MySQL in performing recursive query

A user on StackOverflow was wondering about the performance between Neo4j and MySQL for performing a recursive query. They started with Neo4j performing the query in… 1,261 more words

Graph Database

Selecting a light weight JAVA database

Recently, I had to work on a project which had need for the construction of both Server and Client type of web application. The constraint on the Client was to be extremely light weight, run on commodity machine and be quick enough to respond to the request from the Server. 1,172 more words