By Neo4j Staff Editor | May 1, 2012
BIG Congratulations to Paul Georg Wagner and Till Speicher, two German high school students who won first place in the Jugend Forscht Hessen competition for their Typology application based on Neo4j. Typology uses Neo4j to search 80GB Google ngrams making word predictions for faster sentence completion. Such a system can accelerate texting on mobile devices!
The Jugen Forscht Hessen competition, sponsored by Merck, invite students 15-21 years to develop research projects and compete first in regional competitions. then then qualified regional winners are then asked to participate the Hessian National Competition. Research projects cover seven fields: working sphere, biology, chemistry, geo and regional sciences, mathematics/computer science, physics and technology.
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