Learning from the History of Distributed Query Processing: A Heretic View on Linked Data Management

Heiko Betz, Francis Gropengießer, Katja Hose, Kai-Uwe Sattler

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Abstract

The vision of the Semantic Web has triggered the development of various new applications and opened up new directions in research. Recently, much effort has been put into the development of techniques for query processing over Linked Data. Being based upon techniques originally developed for distributed and federated databases, some of them inherit the same or similar problems. Thus, the goal of this paper is to point out pitfalls that the previous generation of researchers has already encountered and to introduce the Linked Data as a Service as an idea that has the potential to solve the problem in some scenarios.
Hence, this paper discusses nine theses about Linked Data processing and sketches a research agenda for future endeavors in the area of Linked Data processing.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Third International Workshop on Consuming Linked Data (COLD 2012)
Number of pages12
Volume905
PublisherCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Publication date2012
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventThird International Workshop on Consuming Linked Data (COLD 2012) -
Duration: 12 Nov 2012 → …

Workshop

WorkshopThird International Workshop on Consuming Linked Data (COLD 2012)
Period12/11/2012 → …

Bibliographical note

@inproceedings{BetGroHosSat12,
author = {Heiko Betz and
Francis Gropengie{\ss}er and
Katja Hose and
Kai-Uwe Sattler},
title = {Learning from the History of Distributed Query Processing
- A Heretic View on Linked Data Management},
booktitle = {COLD},
year = {2012},
bibsource = {DBLP, http://dblp.uni-trier.de}
}

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