Open Source Projects Using Metall
Collaboration Work with the ECP ExaGraph Project
miniVite is a proxy app that implements a single phase of Louvain method in distributed memory for graph community detection.
miniVite has a mode that uses Metall to store a graph in persistent memory to reuse the data and reduce the overall analytics workload.
For building and running miniVite with Metall, see the details located here.
Ripples is a software framework to study the Influence Maximization problem developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
To build Ripples with Metall, see the details located here.
HavoqGT (Highly Asynchronous Visitor Queue Graph Toolkit) is a framework for expressing asynchronous vertex-centric graph algorithms.
Same as MiniVite, HavoqGT uses Metall to store a graph in persistent memory to reuse the data and reduce the overall analytics workload.
saltatlas is a distributed approximate k-nearest neighbors framework. saltatlas contains a distributed NNDescent algorithm implementation (DNND). DNND is designed to work with Metall to store its main data structure, which requires a heavy construction time, in persistent memory to avoid redundant data ingestion tasks.
To use saltatlas DNND with Metall, see its README.