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Graph-assisted Typescript refactoring

09 Mar 2019 by Roberto Previdi Neo4j Refactoring Typescript Development Community Detection Object Oriented

Graph-assisted Typescript refactoring

When developing web applications with frameworks like Vue.js the best approach is to subdivide it into well-defined and reusable components for the user interface, with the business logic being encapsulated in ‘services’.In an ideal world every new feature added should follow this approach and all components and services should remain at a reasonable size, so that you can quickly glance at each file and understand what it does.The problemThe reality is usually much less ideal: good principles are followed rigorously when the project is young, but as new features, bug fixes and different developers accumulate, components and services can become...

Speaker identification meets graphs

28 Jan 2019 by Jan Zak Analytics Connected Data Community Detection Voice

Speaker identification meets graphs

In social network analysis, a conventional approach relies heavily on available metadata, allowing to match a virtual entity (social network account) to a real-world entity (person, company) in the network. However, a single person using multiple accounts for any reason obviously breaks the connection, forming multiple virtual entities in the network. Or multiple people can share their account, forming a single virtual entity in the network. If these cases are not taken into account, they can affect reliability of social network analysis significantly without any warning, possibly leading to misinformed decisions and further bad consequences.