Divyakant Agrawal

Chariots: A Scalable Shared Log for Data Management in Multi-Datacenter Cloud Environments

The explosive growth of web applications and the need to support millions of users make the process of developing web applications difficult.

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Pythia: Characterizing Tenant Behavior for Placement and Crisis Mitigation in Multitenant DBMSs

Cloud application platforms and large organizations face the challenge of managing, storing, and serving data for large numbers of applications with small data footprints.

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Squall: Fine-Grained Live Reconfiguration for Partitioned Main Memory Databases

The need for scalable main-memory DBMSs for OLTP (Online Transactional Processing) workloads is motivated by decreasing memory costs and an increasing demand for high-throughput transaction processing

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Data-Driven Framework for Analyzing User Interactions in Social Media

High level project in Social Networks (relating to various other DSL projects) involving collaborations of: Divy Agrawal (Computer Science), Stacy Patterson (Mechanical Engineering), Andrew Flanagin (

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New trend definitions and scalable solutions for social networks

Social networks provide a large-scale information infrastructure for people to discuss and exchange ideas about variety of topics.

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Detecting influentials in a social network

Why is it that some ideas or products become unusually successful and get adopted widely while others don’t?

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Limiting the spread of misinformation in social networks

In an ongoing project, we are studying the notion of competing campaigns in a social network and address the problem of influence limitation where a “bad” campaign starts propagating from a certain nod

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Dynamic Clouds

As more services become dependent on cloud computing infrastructures, the need arises for applications to be hosted across multiple clouds.
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Transactional Data Stores in the Cloud

Cloud computing has emerged as a powerful paradigm for hosting Internet scale applications in large computing infrastructures.

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Modeling and Optimizing Diffusion of Information in Social Networks

Online Social Networks (OSN) have been shown to have benefits as a medium for fast, widespread information dissemination. They provide fast access to large scale data in little-to-no cost.

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