How good is your SPARQL endpoint?
Refereed Conference Meeting Proceeding
In this paper, we define various QoS parameters associated with the SPARQL endpoints and represent a semantic model for QoS parameters and their evaluation. We present a monitoring service for the SPARQL endpoint which automatically evaluates the QoS metrics of any given SPARQL endpoint. We demonstrate the utility of our monitoring service by implementing an extension of the SPARQL query language, which caters for user requirements based on QoS parameters and selects the optimal data source for a particular user query over federated sources.
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National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)
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