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SeRQL: A Second Generation RDF Query Language

@inproceedings{Broekstra2003SeRQLAS,
  title={SeRQL: A Second Generation RDF Query Language},
  author={Jeen Broekstra and Arjohn Kampman},
  year={2003}
}
RDF Query Language proposals are more numerous than fish in the sea1, it seems. [] Key Method This set is compiled from discussions between RDF implementors, our own experience and user feedback that we received on our work in Sesame [4], as well as general principles of query language design. We go on to show how we have compiled these requirements into drafting the SeRQL query language. SeRQL is explicitly not meant as ’yet another’ query language: its aim is to reconcile ideas from existing proposals…
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