OpenRuleBench: an analysis of the performance of rule engines

@inproceedings{Liang2009OpenRuleBenchAA,
  title={OpenRuleBench: an analysis of the performance of rule engines},
  author={Senlin Liang and Paul Fodor and Hui Wan and Michael Kifer},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2009}
}
The Semantic Web initiative has led to an upsurge of the interest in rules as a general and powerful way of processing, combining, and analyzing semantic information. Since several of the technologies underlying rule-based systems are already quite mature, it is important to understand how such systems might perform on the Web scale. OpenRuleBench is a suite of benchmarks for analyzing the performance and scalability of different rule engines. Currently the study spans five different… CONTINUE READING
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