Generating Synthetic RDF Data with Connected Blank Nodes for Benchmarking
published: July 30, 2014, recorded: May 2014, views: 2626
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Generators for synthetic RDF datasets are very important for testing and benchmarking various semantic data management tasks (e.g. querying, storage, update, compare, integrate). How ever, the current generators do not support sufficiently (or totally ignore) blank node connectivity issues. Blank nodes are used for various purposes (e.g. for describing complex attributes), and a significant percentage of resources is currently represented with blank nodes. Moreover, several semantic data management tasks, like isomorphism checking (useful for checking equivalence), and blank node matching (useful in comparison, versioning, synchronization, and in semantic similarity functions), not only have to deal with blank nodes, but their complexity and optimality depends on the connectivity of blank nodes. To enable the comparative evaluation of the various techniques for carrying out these tasks, in this paper we present the design and implementation of a generator, called BGen, which allows building datasets containing blank nodes with the desired complexity, controllable through various features (morphology, size, diameter, density and clustering coefficient). Finally, the paper reports experimental results concerning the efficiency of the generator, as well as results from using the generated datasets, that demonstrate the valueof the generator
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