Ontology-Based Data Access: Ontop of Databases

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We present the architecture and technologies underpinning the OBDA system Ontop and taking full advantage of storing data in relational databases. We discuss the theoretical foundations of Ontop: the tree-witness query rewriting, T -mappings and optimisations based on database integrity constraints and SQL features. We analyse the performance of Ontop in a series of experiments and demonstrate that, for standard ontologies, queries and data stored in relational databases, Ontop is fast, efficient and produces SQL rewritings of high quality.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-41335-3_35

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@inproceedings{RodriguezMuro2013OntologyBasedDA, title={Ontology-Based Data Access: Ontop of Databases}, author={Mariano Rodriguez-Muro and Roman Kontchakov and Michael Zakharyaschev}, booktitle={International Semantic Web Conference}, year={2013} }