If you want to cite RDFpro in your paper, the reference publication is:
- Processing Billions of RDF Triples on a Single Machine using Streaming and Sorting.
By Francesco Corcoglioniti, Marco Rospocher, Michele Mostarda, Marco Amadori.
In Proc. of ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC’15), 2015.
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Other publications: RDFpro was initially described in the following workshop paper:
RDFpro: an Extensible Tool for Building Stream-Oriented RDF Processing Pipelines.
By Francesco Corcoglioniti, Marco Rospocher, Marco Amadori, Michele Mostarda.
In Proc. of ISWC Developers Workshop (SemDev) colocated with 13th Int. Semantic Web Conference (ISWC’14), CEUR-WS, volume 1268, 2014.
[bib] [online] [pre-print] [slides]
Demonstrating the Power of Streaming and Sorting for Non-distributed RDF Processing: RDFpro.
By Francesco Corcoglioniti, Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Marco Rospocher.
In Proc. of Posters & Demonstrations Track of the 14th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC’15), Bethlehem, USA, October 11-15, 2015.
[bib] [pre-print/mirror] [poster] [madness-slide]
The SemDev workshop paper focuses on the RDFpro tool and its processing model (as of July 2014). The ISWC demo paper introduces the web user interface and cites latest developments on RDFpro (processors @rules and @mapreduce). The SAC paper describes the use of an extended version of RDFpro (as of September 2014) in some experiments on processing large RDF datasets using the streaming and sorting primitives RDFpro builds on.