XML-Based RDF Data Management for Efficient Query Processing

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XML-Based RDF Data Management for Efficient Query Processing
The Semantic Web, which represents a web of knowledge, offers new opportunities to search for knowledge and information. To harvest such search power requires robust and scalable data repositories that can store RDF data and support efficient evaluation of SPARQL queries. Most of the existing RDF storage techniques rely on relation model and relational database technologies for these tasks. They either keep the RDF data as triples, or decompose it into multiple relations. The mis-match between the graph model of the RDF data and the rigid 2D tables of relational model jeopardizes the scalability of such repositories and frequently renders a repository inefficient for some types of data and queries. We propose to decompose RDF graph into a forest of semantically correlated XML trees, store them in an XML repository and rewrite SPARQL queries into XPath/XQuery queries to be evaluated in the XML repository. In this paper, we discuss the basic idea of RDFto-XML decomposition and the crite...
Mo Zhou, Yuqing Wu
Added 15 Feb 2011
Updated 15 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Authors Mo Zhou, Yuqing Wu
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