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HT 2014
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A two-tier index architecture for fast processing large RDF data over distributed memory

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Abstract

We propose an efficient method for fast processing large RDF data over distributed memory. Our approach adopts a two-tier index architecture on each computation node: (1) a light-weight primary index, to keep loading times low, and (2) a dynamic, multi-level secondary index, calculated as a by-product of query execution, to decrease or remove inter-machine data movement for subsequent queries that contain the same graph patterns. Experimental results on a commodity cluster show that we can load large RDF data very quickly in memory while remaining within an interactive range for query processing with the secondary index. © 2014 Authors.

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01 Sep 2014

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HT 2014

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