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Data Integration: A Theoretical Perspective. In: PODS, June 2002, pp. 233–246 (2002) 14. : MiniCon: A scalable algorithm for answering queries using views. VLDB J. 10(2-3), 182–198 (2001) Towards Parallel Processing of RDF Queries in DHTs Bj¨ orn Lohrmann1 , Dominic Battr´e2 , and Odej Kao2 Technische Universit¨ at Berlin, Complex and Distributed IT Systems Secr. de Abstract. Eﬃcient RDF query evaluation is a requirement if the vision of a Semantic Web is to come true one day. Peer-to-peer (P2P) networks, speciﬁcally distributed hash tables (DHTs), could be one of the enabling technologies for the Semantic Web.
Possible operations include sending a relation or a Bloom ﬁlter to another peer, joining two local relations, etc. If possible, we use Bloom ﬁlters to minimize the size of transferred relations. 40 B. Lohrmann, D. Battr´e, and O. Kao S1 2. S1 3. QEP1 SRep(q1 ) M S2 SRep(q2 ) QEP2 M S2 QEP3 SRep(q3 ) S3 S3 On the slave-side, reception of a QEP marks the beginning of the execution phase. After execution of the plans, the ﬁnal relation(s) will be sent back to the master agent which returns them to the waiting query client and terminates.
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