HyLAR: Hybrid Location-Agnostic Reasoning

author: Lionel Médini, LIRIS
published: July 15, 2015,   recorded: May 2015,   views: 1254

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The question of client-side reasoning is crucial to semantic web application design as client performances drastically increase. It is an opportunity for ubiquitous devices to use semantic technologies. In this paper, we propose a lightweight, modular and adaptive architecture developed in JavaScript for hybrid client/server side reasoning. We evaluate the performance of the reasoning process with different browsers, devices and network conditions, and discuss the best strategy with respect to the envisioned reasoning tasks.

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