Benchmarking Commercial RDF Stores with Publications Office Dataset

  title={Benchmarking Commercial RDF Stores with Publications Office Dataset},
  author={Ghislain Auguste Atemezing and Florence Amardeilh},
This paper presents a benchmark of RDF stores with real-world datasets and queries from the EU Publications Office (PO. [] Key Result The first results of this study provides some insights into the quantitative performance assessment of RDF stores used in production environment in general, especially when dealing with large amount of triples. Virtuoso is faster in querying and loading scenarios while GraphDB shows better results regarding stability.
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