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RDF Access Policy (RAP) Implementation Presentation

Speaker: Pavan Reddivari

Start: Wednesday, May 11, 2005, 11:00AM

End: Wednesday, May 11, 2005, 12:05PM

Location: ITE 325B

Abstract: Resource Description Format (RDF) stores have formed an essential part of many semantic web applications. Current RDF store systems have primarily focused on efficiently storing and querying large numbers of triples. Little attention has been given to how triples would be updated and maintained or how access to store can be controlled. Tomorrow we will be taking about "RAP : rdf access control policies", Rap is prototype built using JENA rule based engine to provide access control using policies to RDF stores. .RAP provides a webservice API to manipulate the RDF Store Rap Architecture and implementation will be discussed in the presentation

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