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Moving RDF Stream Processing to the Client


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Moving RDF Stream Processing to the Client

  1. 1. Moving RDF Stream Processing to the Client Stream-processing SPARQL endpoints are expensive to host on the Web Server does all the work, clients wait for results Unknown number of clients Unbounded query complexity Publish dynamic data with Triple Pattern Fragments and make clients work for their results @rubensworks ... ... Clients want data, so they should contribute to the cost All requests are cacheable <s> <p> <o> 15:16 GMT+2 23:42 GMT+2 Triples are annotated with time Clients re-evaluate queries at the time they are needed Data-driven update frequency Server exposes interface handling simple requests, clients do most of the work