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Incremental SPARQL Query Processing

  • Ana I. Torre-Bastida
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 7882)

Abstract

The number of linked data sources available on the Web is growing at a rapid rate. Moreover, users are showing an interest for any framework that allows them to obtain answers, for a formulated query, accessing heterogeneous data sources without the need of explicitly specifying the sources to answer the query. Our proposal focus on that interest and its goal is to build a system capable of answering to user queries in an incremental way. Each time a different data source is accessed the previous answer is eventually enriched. Brokering across the data sources is enabled by using source mapping relationships. User queries are rewritten using those mappings in order to obtain translations of the original query across data sources. Semantically equivalent translations are first looked for, but semantically approximated ones are generated if equivalence is not achieved. Well defined metrics are considered to estimate the information loss, if any.

Keywords

Semantic Web Linked Open Data Sources query reformulation query rewriting ontology mapping 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ana I. Torre-Bastida
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  1. 1.Tecnalia Research & InnovationParque Tecnológico EdifVizcayaSpain

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