Graduated in 2016 from the Saint-Petersburg State University, Mathematics & Mechanics Faculty, Software Engineering Department with a bachelor's degree.
Currently, Rustam is a master’s student at SPbU, Mathematics & Mechanics Faculty.
- Graph parsing
- Functional programming
ADBIS 2020. Advances in Databases and Information Systems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science., August 2020
Context-free path queries (CFPQ) extend the regular path queries (RPQ) by allowing context-free grammars to be used as constraints for paths. Algorithms for CFPQ are actively developed, but J. Kuijpers et al. have recently concluded, that existing algorithms are not performant enough to be used in real-world applications. Thus the development of new algorithms for CFPQ is justified. In this paper, we provide a new CFPQ algorithm which is based on such linear algebra operations as Kronecker product and transitive closure and handles grammars presented as recursive state machines. Thus, the proposed algorithm can be implemented by using high-performance libraries and modern parallel hardware. Moreover, it avoids grammar growth which provides the possibility for queries optimization.
GRADES-NDA'20: Proceedings of the 3rd Joint International Workshop on Graph Data Management Experiences & Systems (GRADES) and Network Data Analytics (NDA), June 2020
A recent study showed that the applicability of context-free path querying (CFPQ) algorithms with relational query semantics integrated with graph databases is limited because of low performance and high memory consumption of existing solutions. In this work, we implement a matrix-based CFPQ algorithm by using appropriate high-performance libraries for linear algebra and integrate it with RedisGraph graph database. Also, we introduce a new CFPQ algorithm with single-path query semantics that allows us to extract one found path for each pair of nodes. Finally, we provide the evaluation of our algorithms for both semantics which shows that matrix-based CFPQ implementation for Redis-Graph database is performant enough for real-world data analysis.
Programming and Computer Software, December 2019
Path querying with conjunctive grammars is known to be undecidable. There is an algorithm for path querying with linear conjunctive grammars which provides an over-approximation of the result, but there is no algorithm for arbitrary conjunctive grammars. We propose the first algorithm for path querying with arbitrary conjunctive grammars. The proposed algorithm is matrix-based and allows us to efficiently apply GPGPU computing techniques and other optimizations for matrix operations.
Programming Languages and Tools Lab Researcher
- Formal Languages and Syntax Analysis