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March 23, 2013

Social Graph or Graph Search -- What's in a name?

Mark Zuckerberg Introduces
See also:

Graph Search @ mashable.com
Double Comic Feature: Zuck and Users Weigh In on Facebook Graph Search


On the same shelf:

  • Facebook Graph Search: The Good, The Bad, The UGLY! by Barbara Starr, http://searchengineland.com  
  • The How: Facebook Graph Search:  Depicted in the figure below, is a user-centric version of the Facebook Open Graph schema. To dig deeper, I used a tool called Gruff, from Franz Inc, which provides beautiful visual displays of information in graph databases. I did take several “views” of the information as there were about 804 triple sets (subject, predicate, object ) which probably form the higher level data structure from which Facebook can derive its structured/graph search....
  • The What: Facebook Graph Search
  • A Word Of Caution (The Ugly)
  • Summary & Takeaways!
  • continue reading: Facebook Graph Search: The Good, The Bad, The UGLY! by Barbara Starr

    1 comment:

    Information Systems said...

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