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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Increasingly huge RDF data sets are being published on the Web. Currently, they use different syntaxes of RDF, contain high levels of redundancy and have a plain indivisible structure. All this leads to fuzzy publications, inefficient management, complex processing and lack of scalability. This paper presents a novel RDF representation (HDT) which takes advantage of the structural properties of RDF graphs for splitting and representing, efficiently, three components of RDF data: Header,doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17746-0_13 fatcat:4udastz765er7f5pk7sniacqfy