TripleWave: Spreading RDF Streams on the Web

@inproceedings{Mauri2016TripleWaveSR,
  title={TripleWave: Spreading RDF Streams on the Web},
  author={Andrea Mauri and Jean-Paul Calbimonte and D. Dell'Aglio and Marco Balduini and Marco Brambilla and Emanuele Della Valle and Karl Aberer},
  booktitle={SEMWEB},
  year={2016}
}
Processing data streams is increasingly gaining momentum, given the need to process these flows of information in real-time and at Web scale. In this context, RDF Stream Processing (RSP) and Stream Reasoning (SR) have emerged as solutions to combine semantic technologies with stream and event processing techniques. Research in these areas has proposed an ecosystem of solutions to query, reason and perform real-time processing over heterogeneous and distributed data streams on the Web. However… 
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