Integrating Relational Databases with the Semantic Web: Past, Present and Future

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It has been clear from the beginning that the success of the Semantic Web hinges on integrating the vast amount of data stored in Relational Databases. In 2007, the W3C organized a workshop on RDF Access to Relational Databases. In 2012, two standards were ratified that map relational data to RDF: Direct Mapping and R2RML.

In this lecture, I will reflect on the last 10 years of research results and systems to integrate Relational Databases with the Semantic Web (past). I will provide an answer to the following question: how and to what extent can Relational Databases be integrated with the Semantic Web? I will review how these standards and systems are being used in practice for Data Integration and Ontology Based Data Access (present) and discuss open challenges (future).
03.07.2017 14:15
Site PER 21 / Salle A230
Bd de Pérolles 90, 1700 Fribourg
Département d'Informatique
Prof. Philippe Cudré-Mauroux
Bd de Pérolles 90
1700 Fribourg
026 300 83 22
Dr. Juan F. Sequeda, Director of Capsenta Labs (Austin, USA)
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