On Storing Voluminous RDF Descriptions: The Case of Web Portal Catalogs

  title={On Storing Voluminous RDF Descriptions: The Case of Web Portal Catalogs},
  author={Sofia Alexaki and Vassilis Christophides and Gregory Karvounarakis and Dimitris Plexousakis},
The academic, corporate and industrial interest in information systems such as corporate memories, vertical aggregators, infomediaries, etc. enabling to select, classify and access, in a useful and meaningful way, various information resources (e.g., sites, documents, data) for diverse target audiences has been increasing over the last few years. These systems, termed Community Web Portals, rely on a Catalog holding descriptions, i.e., metadata, about the available resources on corporate… CONTINUE READING
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