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SLOG achieves high-throughput, strictly serializable ACID transactions at geo-replicated distance and scale for all transactions submitted across the world, all the while achieving low latency for transactions ... For decades, applications deployed on a world-wide scale have been forced to give up at least one of (1) strict serializability (2) low latency writes (3) high transactional throughput. ... However, none of those deterministic database systems are able to achieve low-latency geo-replicated transactions. ...doi:10.14778/3342263.3342647 fatcat:qzftc3q42jb6ddqaeu4gn3jiii
RDF's popularity has resulted in a demand for modeling and visualization tools. ... This information is, again, required for appropriate SPARQL query generation. ... But they have a low accuracy for the geo/non geo disambiguation. Lieberman et al. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76876-0_18 dblp:conf/geos/AlamSKT07 fatcat:o4atcn5scnftjgufberurb6gsy