Measuring the Usability of Triple Stores for Knowledge Management on Trauma Care Organizations

Joseph Utecht, Mathias Brochhausen
2015 CEUR Workshop Proceedings  
The CAFE project 1 aims to provide a semantic web technology-based approach to compare the organizational structures of trauma centers and trauma systems. To achieve this we plan to use an RDF triple store that employs automatic inferences based on OWL representations. In order to engage users with the CAFE application real-time feedback is a requirement. Research has shown that even small delays in a website while attempting to perform some task will greatly decrease the rate at which people
more » ... mplete said task [1]. Although many RDF triple store performance measures have been published, there appears to be a gap when it comes to their use as the primary storage for real-time applications. The performance needs for this use case differ from the triple stores more studied use of offline reasoning and inference over large data sets. The objective of this research is to determine the feasibility of modern RDF triple stores as the primary storage for a real-time application. 1
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