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Rapid Prototyping of Semantic Mash-Ups through Semantic Web Pipes

This item is a Paper in the Semantic/Data Web track.

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The use of RDF data published on the Web for applica- tions is still a cumbersome and resource-intensive task due to the limited software support and the lack of standard pro- gramming paradigms to deal with everyday problems such as combination of RDF data from different sources, object iden- tifier consolidation, ontology alignment and mediation, or plain querying and filtering tasks. In this paper we present Semantic Web Pipes that support fast implementation of Se- mantic data mash-ups while preserving desirable properties such as abstraction, encapsulation, component-orientation, code re-usability and maintainability which are common and well supported in other application areas.

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