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DB2 RDF- The case for storing RDF in a relational database - LOTICO

From: Marco N.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 10:53 AM
Hi Berlin Semantic Web community,

fyi we now have the talking slides for "The case for storing RDF in a
relational database" session with Kavitha Srinivas - IBM Research New
York online .

This presentation works best for you if you already have some basic
background knowledge in relational databases and RDF.

Level: Introductory-Interme­diate
Type: Technology-Databases­

you can find the video online here­

and the slides + more here

Our next Lotico event in Berlin will take place on July 12th
(­), if you would like to present at the Data
Stories event please get in touch with me directly.

And if you would like to participate more actively in the online
conversation of this community please request to join the mailing-list


Marco Neumann

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