We are glad to announce the tentative agenda for the next 8th TUC Meeting that will take place in the heart of Silicon Valley at the Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, California on Wednesday and Thursday June 22-23, 2016.
GRADES2016 workshop on Graph Data management Experiences & Systems will be held next 24th of June 2016, just before SIGMOD/PODS 2016, in Redwood Shores in the Oracle Conference Center. In the two days preceding GRADES, Wednesday June 22 and Thursday June 23, LDBC will organize a 2-day Technical User Community (TUC) meeting for academics, industry and practitioners in the area of graph data management.
The LDBC consortium is pleased to announce its Seventh Technical User Community (TUC) meeting. This will be a two-day event at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York on Monday 9th and 10th of November.
During the second day of the 6th LDBC TUC meeting held in Barcelona we welcomed John Snelson from MarkLogic with his presentation “MarkLogic Overview and Use Cases”.
The number of datasets published in the Web of Data as part of the Linked Data Cloud is constantly increasing. The Linked Data paradigm is based on the unconstrained publication of information by different publishers, and the interlinking of web resources through “same-as” links which specify that two URIs correspond to the same real world object. In the vast number of data sources participating in the Linked Data Cloud, this information is not explicitly stated but is discovered using instance matching techniques and tools.
In this post we will look at running the LDBC Social Network Benchmark (SNB) on Virtuoso.
Peter Haase from Metaphacts kicked-off the afternoon presentations during last LDBC TUC Meeting in Barcelona with the presentation "Querying the Wikidata Knowledge Graph"
Next 31st of May the GRADES workshop will take place in Melbourne within the ACM/SIGMOD presentation. GRADES started as an initiative of the Linked Data Benchmark Council in the SIGMOD/PODS 2013 held in New York. Read more information about the event here.
Note: this post is a continuation of "SNB Interactive Part 1 - What is SNB Interactive Really About?" post by Orri Erling.
SNB Interactive is the wild frontier, with very few rules. This is necessary, among other reasons, because there is no standard property graph data model, and because the contestants support a broad mix of programming models, ranging from in-process APIs to declarative query.