Matrix "Bit" loaded: a scalable lightweight join query processor for RDF data

  title={Matrix "Bit" loaded: a scalable lightweight join query processor for RDF data},
  author={Medha Atre and Vineet Chaoji and Mohammed J. Zaki and James A. Hendler},
The Semantic Web community, until now, has used traditional database systems for the storage and querying of RDF data. The SPARQL query language also closely follows SQL syntax. As a natural consequence, most of the SPARQL query processing techniques are based on database query processing and optimization techniques. For SPARQL join query optimization, previous works like RDF-3X and Hexastore have proposed to use 6-way indexes on the RDF data. Although these indexes speed up merge-joins by… CONTINUE READING
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