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PAGE: A Distributed Infrastructure for Fostering RDF-Based Interoperability

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PAGE: A Distributed Infrastructure for Fostering RDF-Based Interoperability
This paper shows how to build a scalable, robust and efficient distributed Internet-scale RDF repository, that we name PAGE (Put And Get Everywhere). 1 Motivation In the recent years, the RDF (Resource Description Framework) data model is gaining momentum. Among other significant examples, take for istance the adoption of key players such as Adobe (i.e., the eXtensible Metadata Platform - XMP) and Oracle (i.e., the 10g version of the famous RDBMS promise to be the best RDF storage engine). RDF enables the encoding of relational data over the Internet using triples usually denoted with (spo), where s is the subject, p is the predicate and o the object. Complex structures can be easily encoded in a set of RDF triples. But, what about managing them? Centralized solutions may help in the short term, but if RDF should become the basis of the Semantic Web, some sort of distribution must be take into account. What if we could put and get triples without bothering of the underlying infrastruct...
Emanuele Della Valle, Andrea Turati, Alessandro Gh
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where DAIS
Authors Emanuele Della Valle, Andrea Turati, Alessandro Ghioni
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