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RDF Stores for Enhanced Living Environments: An Overview

Abstract : Handling large knowledge bases of information from different domains such as the World Wide Web is a complex problem addressed in the Resource Description Framework (RDF) by adding semantic meaning to the data itself. The amount of linked data has brought with it a number of specialized databases that are capable of storing and processing RDF data, called RDF stores. We explore the RDF store landscape with the aim of finding an RDF store that sufficiently meets the storage needs of an enhanced living environment, more concretely the requirements of a Smart Space platform aimed at running on a cluster set up of low-power hardware that can be run locally entirely at home with the purpose of logging data for a reactive assistive system involving, e.g., activity recognition or domotics. We present a literature analysis of RDF stores and identify promising candidates for implementation of consumer Smart Spaces. Based on the insights provided with our study, we conclude by suggesting different relevant aspects of RDF storage systems that need to be considered in Ambient Assisted Living environments and a comparison of available solutions.
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Petteri Karvinen, Natalia Díaz-Rodríguez, Stefan Grönroos, Johan Lilius. RDF Stores for Enhanced Living Environments: An Overview. Ivan Ganchev; Nuno M. Garcia; Ciprian Dobre; Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis; Rossitza Goleva. Enhanced Living Environments: Algorithms, Architectures, Platforms, and Systems, Springer, pp.19-52, 2019, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-10752-9_2⟩. ⟨hal-02381354⟩

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