See also the PDF version, requires a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. Abstract This report examines a set of open source triple store systems suitable for The SIMILE Project's browser-like applications. Measurements on performance within a common hardware, software, and dataset environment grant insight on which systems hold the most promise for acting as large, remote backing stores for SIMILE's future requirements. The SIMILE Project (Semantic Interoperability of Metadata In like and Unlike Environments) is a joint research project between the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Hewlett-Packard Labs (HP), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT / CSAIL), and MIT Libraries. Funding is provided by HP. Scalability Report on Triple Store Applications
Re: SIMILE Store Report from Andrew Newman on 2004-07-29 (www-rd
jena-dev : Message: JENA vs SESAME vs PROTEGE
[protege-discussion] JENA vs SESAME vs PROTEGE: msg#00271 misc.o Hi, This email is to the Jena, Sesame, and Protégé mailing lists. I hope my attempt at efficiency works! I am trying to decide on an embedded Semantic Web engine for my Java application - an XML-RPC server for which I need a high performance storage and querying system for semantic web data / triple. I?d not only like to offer my initial perceptions of Jena, Sesame, and Protégé, but also learn from this dialogue to effectively differentiate the three Java tools from each other.
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View Thread - Jena (SDB) vs. Sesame performance issue Jena (SDB) vs. Sesame performance issue Hi All! It seems that this is my first post on this forum so I would like to welcome everybody here:) What bothers me is a comparison of performance between three triple stores engines: Jena, SDB and Sesame 2.1.
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