Interactive Comparison of Triple Pattern Fragments Query Approaches
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In order to reduce the server-side cost of publishing queryable Linked Data, Triple Pattern Fragments (tpf) were introduced as a simple interface to rdf triples. They allow for sparql query execution at low server cost, by partially shifting the load from servers to clients. The previously proposed query execution algorithm provides a solution that is highly inefficient, often requiring an amount of http calls that is magnitudes larger than the optimal solution. We have proposed a new query execution algorithm with the aim to solve this problem. Our solution significantly improves on the current work by maintaining a complete overview of the query instead of just looking at local optima. In this paper, we describe a demo that allows a user to easily compare the results of both implementations. We show both query results and number of executed http calls, proving a clear picture of the difference between the two algorithms.
KeywordsLinked data sparql Query execution Query optimization Demo
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