Using Berlin SPARQL Benchmark to Evaluate Relational Database Virtual SPARQL Endpoints

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Milos Chaloupka
Martin Necasky

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The RDF is a well documented and popular format for publishing structured data on the web. It enables consuming data without the knowledge of how the data is internally stored. There are already several native RDF storage solutions that provide SPARQL endpoint. However, they are not widely adopted. It is still more common to store data in relational databases. There are already several implementations of virtual SPARQL endpoints over a relational database. However, their consistent evaluation is missing. On the other hand, for the native RDF storages there is a state of the art benchmark. In this paper, we show how this well defined benchmark can be used to evaluate virtual SPARQL endpoints.
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