Towards benefit-based RDF source selection for SPARQL queries

@inproceedings{Hose2012TowardsBR,
  title={Towards benefit-based RDF source selection for SPARQL queries},
  author={Katja Hose and Ralf Schenkel},
  booktitle={SWIM},
  year={2012}
}
The Linked Data cloud consists of a great variety of data provided by an increasing number of sources. Selecting relevant sources is therefore a core ingredient of efficient query processing. So far, this is either done with additional indexes or by iteratively performing lookups for relevant URIs. None of the existing methods takes additional aspects into account such as the degree of overlap between the sources, resulting in unnecessary requests. In this paper, we propose a sketch-based query… CONTINUE READING

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