M. Droop, M. Flarer, J. Groppe, S. Groppe, V. Linnemann, J. Pinggera, F. Santner, M. Schier, F. Schöpf, H. Staffler and S. Zugal
In: ICEIS '08, Revised Selected Papers, pp. 31–45, 2009.
Abstract. XPath is an established query language developed by the W3C for XML, which is supported by many tools and used in many applications. SPARQL is a new query language developed by the W3C for RDF data. Recently available SPARQL query evaluators do not deal with XML data and XPath queries. In this contribution, we show how to enable SPARQL query evaluators to deal with XML data and XPath queries in order to support XPath processing and SPARQL processing in parallel.
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