2 May 2011 mhausenblas   » (Journeyer)

Can NoSQL help us in processing Linked Data?

This is an announcement and call for feedback. Over the past couple of days I’ve compiled a short review article where I look into NoSQL solutions and to what extent they can be used to process Linked Data.

I’d like to extend and refine this article, but this only works if you share your experiences and let me know what I’m missing out and where I’m maybe totally wrong?

If youjust want to read it, use the following link: NoSQL solutions for Linked Data processing (read-only Web page).

If you want to provide feedback or rectify stuff I wrote, use: NoSQL solutions for Linked Data processing (Google Docs with discussion enabled).

Thanks, and enjoy reading as well as commenting on the article!

Filed under: Announcement, Linked Data

Syndicated 2011-05-02 20:30:55 from Web of Data

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