Top-K Shortest Paths in Large Typed RDF Datasets Challenge

@inproceedings{Papadakis2016TopKSP,
  title={Top-K Shortest Paths in Large Typed RDF Datasets Challenge},
  author={Ioannis Papadakis and Michalis Stefanidakis and Phivos Mylonas and Brigitte Endres-Niggemeyer and Spyridon Kazanas},
  booktitle={SemWebEval@ESWC},
  year={2016}
}
Perhaps the most widely appreciated linked data principle instructs linked data providers to provide useful information using the standards (i.e., RDF and SPARQL). Such information corresponds to patterns expressed as SPARQL queries that are matched against the RDF graph. Until recently, patterns had to specify the exact path that would match against the underlying graph. The advent of the SPARQL 1.1 Recommendation introduced property paths as a new graph matching paradigm that allows the… 
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