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ProGS: Property Graph Shapes Language (Extended Version)

@article{Seifer2021ProGSPG,
  title={ProGS: Property Graph Shapes Language (Extended Version)},
  author={Philipp Seifer and Ralf Lammel and Steffen Staab},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.05566}
}
Property graphs constitute data models for representing knowledge graphs. They allow for the convenient representation of facts, including facts about facts, represented by triples in subject or object position of other triples. Knowledge graphs such as Wikidata are created by a diversity of contributors and a range of sources leaving them prone to two types of errors. The first type of error, falsity of facts, is addressed by property graphs through the representation of provenance and… 

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