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RDF Database Systems by Guillaume Blin, Olivier Curé

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Chapter Nine

Conclusion

Abstract

This chapter concludes the book, presents some challenges facing RDF stores, and highlights expected features.

Keywords

Challenges
Expected features
Integrity constraints
Stream processing
Business analytics and intelligence
polytglot persistence
The need to manage enormous quantities of data has never been greater. This fact is mainly due to the expansion of the Web and the load of information that can be harvested from our interactions with it, such as via personal computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablet devices. This data can be represented using various models and in the context of use cases thriving on the Web—that is, for social, geographical, recommendations, bioinformatics, network management, ...

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